In the just-released July-August 2009 issue of Health Progress, the official journal of the Catholic Health Association of the United States, there’s a review of Journeys in the Books in Brief section, for which I am extremely grateful. Here are a few snippets of the review:
“Who hasn’t worried over what to say to someone with a life-threatening illness? Even professionals can find these conversations difficult. And imagine if the person facing death has barely had a chance to live. . . .
Though tough on the emotions, Chatelle’s work is likely to prove useful for anyone who wonders how, at the all but inevitable time, to be a source of peace rather than pain for a dying loved one of any age.”
Here’s to everyone’s ongoing search for that peace which passes all understanding, even during the toughest of times. Melody