Hospice chaplains find common thread in words of dying: family

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Hospice chaplains visit people who are dying. One such chaplain, Kerry Egan, talking to CNN.com says the people who are dying talk about family. They talk about “their mothers and fathers, their sons and daughters. They talk about how they learned what love is, and what it is not.” --The Week, February…
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