Sharing the Darkness: The Spirituality of Caring

Sharing the Darkness The Spirituality of Caring This book is about the nature and cost of Christian discipleship in the front line of caring It is warm hearted honest and a highly personal book remarkable for its sense of hope and celebration A r

  • Title: Sharing the Darkness: The Spirituality of Caring
  • Author: Sheila Cassidy
  • ISBN: 9780232517903
  • Page: 140
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book is about the nature and cost of Christian discipleship in the front line of caring It is warm hearted, honest and a highly personal book, remarkable for its sense of hope and celebration A rich book which will strike a chord with carers of all kinds and appeal to anyone trying to reconcile their Christian calling with the demands of contemporary living a bookThis book is about the nature and cost of Christian discipleship in the front line of caring It is warm hearted, honest and a highly personal book, remarkable for its sense of hope and celebration A rich book which will strike a chord with carers of all kinds and appeal to anyone trying to reconcile their Christian calling with the demands of contemporary living a book to challenge and inspire.

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  • Sharing the Darkness, written by palliative care doctor Sheila Cassidy, explores the meaning and cost of caring. After surviving imprisonment and torture at the hands of her Chilean captors, she returns to America for a brief respite in a monastic community. She eventually settles in the United Kingdom, as the medical director of an eight bed hospice care facility, and writes from her personal observation of caring for the dying. Therefore, Cassidy speaks from both caregiver and care-receiver pe [...]


  • This book was recommended by friends working at a hospice in Kampala. The author writes about dealing with suffering and caring for those who suffer. Highly recommended for those in a helping profession or for anyone trying to understand the "darkness" of the world. Has anyone read anything else by her? I am interested in reading more.


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