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chaplain

Hospital care A member of the clergy who provides for the spiritual needs of Pts and families. See Prayer.
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Between himself and the Roman Catholic Chaplain of the Irish contingent lay, as Bennett believed, an unbridgeable gulf, but it was noticeable that whenever the Church of England dealt with a human problem she was very likely to call in the Church of Rome.
But the chaplain was really trying to qualify a rash remark.
There were lockers all round, and Wilson, the sham chaplain, knocked one of them in, and pulled out a dozen of brown sherry.
Our military chaplains serve under the motto for God and country, Wicker said.
The food socials are a hook to show that chaplains are nonjudgmental sounding boards always available to students.
Anglican university chaplains play a vital role helping young adults adjust to the strains of navigating higher education.
In 2011, there were 1,700 professional chaplains working in U.
Military chaplains do a great job of helping to heal the deepest and innermost scars afflicting service members.
But the Rev Ian Cruickshank - or Cruicksy as he's known - is no ordinary supporter, he is part of a growing band of sports chaplains determined to leave their mark on sports in Northern Ireland.
One reason chaplains are such a key part of the palliative care team is that they are seen by patients from a different perspective, Dr.
This piece of tarmac in Kandahar is holy ground, as chaplains from Canada and allied countries have said many prayers, and comforted many more soldiers who have stood at attention in sacred respect as the solo bagpipe lamented the final farewell of their deceased companions.
Military Chaplaincy in Contention: Chaplains, Churches, and the Morality of Conflict.