13 May 2014 14:00 - 16:00
What shapes our ideas about what a ‘good death’ looks like? What meaning does the concept of a good death have in a morally and religiously plural society?
Fr. Tony Lester, Roman Catholic chaplain to the University and Provincial Superior of the English Carmelite friars. He regularly offers spiritual care in York Hospital and York Hospice.
Revd. Rory Dalgliesh is a South African Methodist minister with a background in youthwork. He was involved with the Truth and Reconciliation process and is currently Methodist chaplain to the University.
Ged Walsh is Ecumenical Assistant Chaplain to the University and a member of the Chaplaincy team at York Hospital. He trained as a radiographer in Birmingham.
James Black is a final year History undergraduate whose dissertation focuses on death in the medieval period