Some people refuse to talk about death, saying it is morbid and senseless to do so while one is still living. For others, however, 'death cafes' offer an opportunity to talk about death in an open and candid way as well as for people to listen. It is a trend that started in England and is now coming to the United States.
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- Air of mystery clouds nearly every aspect of synod on the family
- Millennials want a messy, earnest discussion about family
- Bible for African-American youth to be released
- Special Section: Fall Books
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