By Kate McClelland

This warm-hearted and functional instruction manual for hospital-based pastoral care considers the pastoral sensitivities surrounding sufferer encounters. It explores the fundamental talents wanted for this type of ministry: the significance of formality, tricky pastoral projects, deflecting anger, taking care of the carers, operating in multi-faith contexts and more.

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