don't offer spiritual advice unless the worker specifically requests it, Hall said.
This seemingly simple development took years as chaplains
had to sometimes literally fight to earn the respect of the military leadership.
He provides background information on each of the four chaplains
, and shows how they worked to serve the men prior to the ship's sinking.
Soldiers and chaplains
who tried to force religion on their comrades thus often faced ostracism.
But four part-time chaplains
- one Free Church and three Roman Catholic - will still lose their jobs and a full-time Anglican chaplain
will now be employed by Worcestershire Mental Health Partnership instead.
are often regarded as shadowy marginal figures, and their roles are not fully understood.
Los Angeles County's fire chief is revoking the badges of the department's chaplains
and drafting new policies on when firefighters who volunteer as chaplains
can be paid in the wake of new state and federal homeland security restrictions.
A bipartisan group of Congressmen have sent a letter to President Bush as Commander in Chief asking him to "protect by Executive Order the constitutional right of military chaplains
to pray according to their faith.
For the past decade, Army Chaplains
at Fort Benning and Fort Hood have been at the forefront of an initiative to support those on the home front, and to assist our returning warriors in the resumption of their lives.
McCormack, both of whom are board certified with the Association of Professional Chaplains
, The Work of the Chaplain
is a straightforward and specific guide for the multireligious areas in which chaplains
But, ironically, he added that at Oxford he would have recommended the Anglican chaplains
, many of whom, he said, are "very nice people"
help with FBI memorial services, they visit FBI employees in the hospital, they even marry FBI employees, she said.