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Watching My Friend Die

Journalist Mark Hare documents the lingering death of his friend, Bob Schwartz, a high school teacher and songwriter, to cancer within the context of the deeply held spiritual convictions of both men and the popular conceptions of what constitutes a "good death."

ISBN: 978-0-87946-284-0

- Subtitle: The Honest Death of Bob Schwartz
- Product #: 162
- Format: book
- Binding: Paperback
- Page Count: 128
- Pub. Date: February 2005
- Publisher: ACTA Publications

Price: $9.95
 
Available February 15

The American Catholic Experience series is an innovative collection of reflections exploring the stories of individual lay Catholics in the United States. The authors reflect on what it has meant to them to live out their faith amidst the joys and challenges of their daily lives on their jobs, with their families and friends, and in their communities and churches.

Journalist Mark Hare documents the lingering death of his friend, Bob Schwartz, a high school teacher and songwriter, to cancer within the context of the deeply held spiritual convictions of both men and the popular conceptions of what constitutes a "good death."
MARK HARE is a columnist for the Democrat and Chronicle in Rochester, New York.