Is Secular Humanism Enough?
DEALING WITH DYING Is Secular Humanism Enough? Tom Flynn My mother died in 1995. She was Catholic; though she had suicided, there still followed the whole conventional round of open-casket viewing, a memorial service at the funeral home, the funeral Mass, and a graveside service. At Mass, the priest endlessly...
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