In Sharing the Darkness, Sheila Cassidy – a leading figure of the hospice movement, and survivor, as a young doctor, of torture for daring to give medical care to an opponent of the Pinochet regime in Chile – meditates on the mystery of our wounded humanity, trying to wrest meaning and a spirituality of caring out of the reality of suffering.
Sheila Cassidy has written honest and wise books on suffering and healing making her one of the UK’s best-loved and most popular writers on pastoral care and personal growth. She is widely known for her work in the hospice movement, and as a young doctor who survived torture for daring to give medical care to an opponent of the Pinochet regime in Chile.
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