GENDER SPIRITUAL ACCOMPANIMENT FOR TERMINALLY ILLS
DOES THE DEATH DISTINGUISH ?
Volume - 2 Issue - 11, Pages - 5218-5230
1. Many times and in many cultures men and women are not equal in face of the solitude
and at the end of life. Why?
2. When terminally ills are hospitalized, do they receive the same spiritual assistance?
3. In face of the death do men and women show different problems at a cultural and
spiritual level? How has it managed?
4. At the end of life do women and men keep their memories with the same deepness of
feeling and meanings?
5. When they are preparing themselves to meet God finally, do men and women need a
specific, different help?
I would like answer to these questions about the end of life, pain, memory connected to gender
theology with my research.
Cite this Article:
[Prisco, Ada. "GENDER SPIRITUAL ACCOMPANIMENT FOR TERMINALLY ILLS DOES THE DEATH DISTINGUISH ?" International Journal of Social Science and Economic Research, vol. 2, no. 11, 2017, pp. 5218-5230. November.]
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