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A story of accompaniment

Liz Hauck and her dad Charlie Hauck—both Boston College graduates—had a plan to start a cooking program in a residential home for teenage boys in state care, which was run by the human services agency Charlie co-directed. But Charlie got … Continue reading

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Navigating grief

Boston College alumna Susan Hannifin-MacNab was the mother of a young child when she was suddenly widowed at age 41. Over the next few years, she turned to counseling, meditation, diet, and a therapy dog, among other tools, to help … Continue reading

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Grief and gratitude at Thanksgiving

“It is ok to grieve on Thanksgiving, because when we grieve we feel how much the love is between ourselves and those whom we lost,” writes Canisius Professor James Keenan, SJ, in an essay for Commonweal magazine’s blog.  “When we … Continue reading

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Aftermath

Author T.M. Murphy, a member of the BC Class 0f 1993 best known for his Belltown Mysteries children’s series, has teamed with his brother Seton for the adult novel  The Running Waves. According to the authors, The Running Waves touches … Continue reading

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