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The ars moriendi, open casket funerals in Derry Girls, the end of Christendom and ethical quietism
Dogs and Guinness on the wards, ‘living until you die’, deathbed prayers, and complicated grief
Why does our Western society have such an unhealthy attitude towards death?
Reflections by a Christian medic on dying well during the pandemic
Should death be held at bay for as long as possible, or can we transcend a medicalised approach to our end?
So many of us are afraid of death, and this fear seems to drive so much of the debate around dying