today called on the Navy to deny an application for a secular humanist to serve in the Chaplain
There are Jewish, Protestant, Muslim, and interreligious chaplains
on the campus ministry staff and a diverse range of chaplains
are asked to serve as counsellors or wellness advisors, sometimes for students who are not Anglicans or Christians.
One of the driving forces behind the elimination of, or reduction in, professional prison chaplains
is budgetary constraints.
You can't have two chaplains
and call it a Religious Support Team or have two chaplain
assistants and call it a Religious Support Team.
They are not setting out to convert hordes of players to Christianity; if that turns out to be a consequence of their work, then of course, well and good - but first and foremost, chaplains
are there as servants to the club and sport.
The critical part lies in assessment of patients' religious views and spirituality along with their families' opinions before offering meeting with chaplains
Padre Belanger is one of many female chaplains
who had served in Afghanistan during the 13-year war that formally ended in 2014.
The majority of the contributors are either current or former chaplains
of various branches of the British military, while the others have devoted their research to war studies and military chaplaincy.
George Washington established the Chaplain
Corps on July 29, 1775, approximately 25,000 chaplains
have served in over 270 major wars and combat engagements.
In this issue, I would like to focus on a more specific group, the chaplains
of this great organization.
faced in the 1960AEs and 1970AEs not only as attitudes toward religion and morality were changing but also as chaplains
grappled with their personal beliefs about the war in Vietnam.