A Better Way to Die

“I encounter people at a vulnerable time, a time of crisis,” Seigan explained. “I’m there to walk them through this journey in some way — not fix them so much as to listen, to offer or reflect back to them their strengths, fears, their own existential support systems and what gives them meaning in their life.” Read more of Bringing together medicine and spirituality for end-of-life care @ The Atlantic.

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About The Rev. Thomas C. Jackson

Ordained to the priesthood in December, 2010.
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