In yet another example of the difficulty in resolving religious differences after a parents' divorce, NBC Chicago reported on a couple fighting over two different brands of Christianity. The father, Victor Sarmiento, is a practicing Catholic; the mother, Lizette Perez, is a Pentecostal Christian.
Victor Sarmiento pleaded his case earlier this month in a Cook County court house to have his son baptized, a Catholic ritual Lizette Perez vehemently opposes. Illinois family lawyer Jeff Leving represents the 3-year-old boy's father:
"This divorce has been going on for two years now, so how long must one wait to baptize their child?"