End of Life

Lealani Acosta

Unfettered grief 

Julia Angkeow

The unsung heroes

Agnieszka A. Ardelt

PDF Document Raison d’être

Katherine Arnup

And a time to die

Kathleen Blanchfield

The spiritual dimension of facilitating advance directives planning: the congregational setting as a vital resource

Peter H. Berczeller

The morning ritual

Rae Brown

The god that I know

Raeford E. Brown

The good death

Christopher H. Cameron


Linda Clarke

How we love

Henri Colt

Sarah’s lesson

Morven Cook

Defining Death in Whose Life is it Anyway?

Alexandra DeFelice

Please don’t die in the hospital

Vincent P. deLuise

The end of sight at the end of life

Ruth Deming

Since I could not stop death, he kindly stopped for me

Lynn Dion

Mr. Hemphill

Loretta S. Downs

A Christmas party

Turning points

Sherrie Dulworth

The book that galvanized a health care transformation

Liam Farrell

Nostalgia ain’t what it used to be

Rachel Fleishman

La Pieta

Kristin Adams Forner


Amera Hassan

A time to live and a time to die new

Fung Kam Yan

A series of messages

Maria Magdalena Geanovu

Cold autumn nights

Florence Gelo and Rosemary Harris

God’s menu

Dean Gianakos

Dr. Gianakos, I think he’s awake now
Last words

Shimon M. Glick

A dying patient’s perspective on truth-telling

Adam O. Goldstein

Bill’s legacy

Frank Gonzalez-Crussi

Is there a good death?

Leah Grant

Goals of care

X.M. Griffiths

Unfinished business: end of life care and regrets in the films of Akira Kurosawa

Chang-Wuk Kang

The fallen leaf

Akshay Khatri

The talk

Geoff Kronik

My father’s glasses

Genevieve Kupsky

Ushers of life

Therese Kwiatkowski

        Where is the dignity in death?

Wolfgang Lederer

Allowing my death—a delusory end-of-life decision

Victoria Lim

Why not let her go gently into that good night?

Pedro T. Lima

Life lessons from death

Terry McIntyre

One chaplain’s journey: teaching, hospice, and humanities

Amber Mills, Anthea Gellie, and Michele Levinson

A changing view of death

Lenore M. Montanaro

Going boldly into the night: a reflection on “death with dignity”, Spring 2016

Leon Morgenstern

Ice cream or Mozart?

Kera Morris

They would rather go alone

Elizabeth Neglia

Miriam’s stoicism

Joshua Niforatos and Gregory Rutecki

Rosencrantz, Guildenstern, and their doctor are dead

Meaghan O’Connor

The sophia and phronesis of modern medicine new

Gregory O’Gara

The dying room

Naomi Rachel Oldham

Where am I when my digital footprint persists indefinitely?

Tolani F. Olonisakin

Death and dying

Mary Osborne

My tragedy in retrospect

Mary Pan

Do (Not) Attempt

Anthony Papagiannis

Blind date

Three Visits

Death as it should be
A CV for posterity
A wrong time to die
Saying goodbye WIN ’23

Rose Parisi

Medicalization of death and dying: Room for growth in end-of-life care WIN ’23

Natalie Perlov

Reclamation new

Constance E. Putnam

Anticipatory grieving

Columba Quigley

Lessons from the black hole

Tuhina Raman

A good man

James B. Rickert

Rethinking the knowledge of terminal illness: Is it a quality of life issue?

Marianne Rogoff

Dance with death

Anne L. Rooney

Until I get my strength back

Miriam Rosen

Tracing wisps of hair

Paul C. Rosenblatt

The proximity of death

Paul Rousseau


Gregory Rutecki

Is Daddy a good doctor?

Shelley Sanders


Maggie Schwarz

Father’s Day on the 12th floor

John Henning Schumann

A good death


Tom Sewe

The Lazarus phenomenon: when the dead return to life

Gaetan Sgro


P. Ravi Shankar

Sparing the living

Michael Shen

An act of cowardice

Inge Marry Shikangala

The last talk

Lauren B. Smith

The myth of the white coat

James Stemmle

Piano lessons

Pallavi Tatapudy

The good shepherd

Carole A. Travis-Henikoff

Death, a part of life

Caroline Wellbery

Living well before we die


As my mother lay dying (Peter Meyers)

Dream on (Paul Rousseau)

Gulliver at Luggnagg – learning about the immortal struldbrugs (abridged)