July 8, 2010

Presenters: Co-editors Beverly A. Musgrave, assistant professor and codirector of pastoral counseling and spiritual care, Fordham University, Neil McGettigan, O.S.A., professor of theology, Villanova University, and contributing author John J. Shea, O.S.A., STM professor of pastoral care and counseling

This presentation features this newly published ministry resource, comprising twenty essays on the theological, psychological, and personal dimensions of loss, dying, and death.  The editors discuss the role of illness as a systemic problem and its implications for the family, as well as human life and the way that loss inevitably intrudes into it and actually defines life.

Sponsored by the School of Theology and Ministry