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“We are there to be there”: More Reflections from Sullivan’s A Ministry of Presence

by Charles McCrary This post’s titular sentence, quoted in Winnifred Sullivan’s new book A Ministry of Presence, is how a hospice chaplain summarized the purpose of his job (185). Sullivan brilliantly explains how, through legal and cultural history, simply “to … Continue reading

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