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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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Other Yale chaplaincy strategies for reaching out to students are a bouncy castle that travels around campus and an ice cream cooler outside Kugler's office that's restocked weekly.
It was just six months ago that I realised that the Bay Chaplaincy was still in existence, but without a prominent home how would one know the chaplaincy was still there?
Other outstanding achievements of the Irish Emigrant Chaplaincy Scheme include its strong record on housing.
Across the water, your Alex Fergusons and Sam Allardyces are massive supporters of sports chaplaincy.
This is a very important time for the CAF and for the military chaplaincy.
In the Chaplaincy Centre, there is a chapel and multi-faith prayer room which are both open 24 hours each day for prayer and quiet reflection.
Tareq Al Gurg, Dubai Cares CEO, thanked the chaplaincy for the support they extended, adding "the donation illustrates how we can all band together to focus on achieving a worthy goal like universal education".
The case of military chaplaincy is a controversial issue in Christian social ethics.
The Rev Dr John Scott, WM's CEO, explained: “Waterways chaplaincy is a relatively new venture for WM - beginning some six years ago - but the current team of waterways chaplains is making an appreciable, positive difference to those whose lives are connected with canals and rivers.
Lead | Chaplain Frances Tyler with the Trust Chaplaincy volunteers
In the First Williams Case, the merits of the National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program (NSCSWP) were not the focus, so much as whether there had been a legitimate exercise of the Commonwealth government's executive spending power under section 61 of the Constitution.
A core, four-strong chaplaincy team, directly employed by the prison, consists of a CofE minister, Free Church minister, Roman Catholic Priest and Muslim Imam.