Webinar: We need to talk about death and  dying… Theological, Ethical and Pastoral Perspectives on an (Almost) Taboo Subject
Webinar: We need to talk about death and  dying… Theological, Ethical and Pastoral Perspectives on an (Almost) Taboo Subject
Webinar: We need to talk about death and  dying… Theological, Ethical and Pastoral Perspectives on an (Almost) Taboo Subject
Webinar: We need to talk about death and  dying… Theological, Ethical and Pastoral Perspectives on an (Almost) Taboo Subject
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What does it mean to be able to die well? How can the Church support the dying and the bereaved in pandemic times? What do attempts to change the law on assisted suicide mean for Christians?

Join our distinguished panel to discuss these and other questions in our third Pastoral Review webinar hosted by Dr Natalie K. Watson, Publishing Editor of the Pastoral Review

Panel: Maggie Doherty, Professor David A. Jones, Monsignor Kevin McGinnell VF

Wednesday 14 July 2021 | 6.00–7.15PM BST

For more information on the speakers click here