You tune in to Terry Gross on NPR to hear her insightful interviews with celebrities, intellectuals, policy makers and pundits- overall, an array of fascinating characters who reveal themselves in intimate conversations. In one of her most recent interviews, Terry introduces you to Kerry Egan: a young hospice chaplain, aware of her own flaws and candid about the patients she sees as their lives come to a close. It’s a surprisingly upbeat and fascinating glimpse into the work of a pastor who doesn’t preach but instead opens her arms and heart to the honesty and emotions that accompany people as they pass into death. Read about, and listen to, the world of Kerry Egan Here. And find out more about her just published memoir, On Living, Here.