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Spiritual Life

Expressing love when we're still able

Peter Kreeft, a professor at Boston College, offers wisdom and expressions of love to his children in his book, 'Before I Go.' Peter Kreeft, a professor at Boston College, offers wisdom and expressions of love to his children in his book, "Before I Go." (Boston College Chronicle)
By Rich Barlow
January 12, 2008

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What goes unsaid during life stays unsaid when you're dead. That perhaps obvious bit of wisdom compelled Peter Kreeft, a Boston College philosophy professor, to write of his love and offer his best advice for his four 30-something children in his latest book, "Before I Go" (Rowman & Littlefield). The counsel draws heavily on his Roman Catholicism, especially on social ... (Full article: 704 words)

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