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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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The buck-Brahmin evaporates without explanations, an' the bhoy sets cross-legged on the Chaplain's bed prophesyin' bloody war to the men at large.
But the chaplain was really trying to qualify a rash remark.
Kelly Porter, garrison chaplain. "I wanted them to think about what decisions and priorities they would have made if they were in those situations."
The correctional chaplain, on average, has a broad educational background with many holding masters and doctoral degrees.
For the first time in a century, Germany's military will have rabbis as chaplains. Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen announced this week that her ministry would appoint Jewish chaplains to the Bundeswehr based on recommendations from the Central Council of Jews in Germany, the umbrella organization that represents the approximately 100,000 members of Jewish communities nationwide.
Four chaplains spent parts of Ash Wednesday administering ashes at Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital in Winfield.
Chaplain Keith Banks and his team will be supported by staff from across the Glasgow Airport campus in raising vital funds throughout this year for Scotland's national children's charity.
"Being a police chaplain is about being ready and willing to be a listening ear, and providing independent, sensitive, personal, and where appropriate, spiritual support to officers, staff and their families.
After a brief chat later that morning, Sally started meeting regularly with Chaplain Dan.
"I was at a picnic and my commander happened to introduce me to a young man who was an Air Force chaplain candidate visiting Andrews for the summer.
After an uproar from the Religious Right and conservative lawmakers, it was reported that the application of Jason Heap, a Humanist chaplain, was rejected, even after the Navy Chaplain Appointment and Retention Eligibility Advisory Board had given its initial OK.