He spent over twenty-eight years as a chaplain
in the U.
The Dorchester left New York on January 23, 1943, en route to Greenland, carrying the four chaplains
and approximately 900 others, as part of a convoy of three ships.
The challenge is taking civilian, individual, religious professionals and turning them into military, chaplain
, team members.
However, it's still important for the chaplain
to be visible in the workplace.
Since the start of the war on terror, Birch said, the Chaplain
Corps has grown significantly in force structure.
Steven Keith, commandant of the Air Force Chaplain
Corps at Fort Jackson in South Carolina "Resident seminarians, we feel, are better prepared.
When he spoke to the ECHO Chaplain
Bruzon had been in the ships galley chopping onions for onion bhajis on curry night, a favourite of the crew.
also have the unenviable responsibility of delivering devastating news to inmates about family deaths and illnesses.
also engage in counseling sessions with Sailors and Marines of all ranks, something Chaplain
The perception of the chaplain
as an approachable member of the unit, one with spiritual insight, is important the spiritual health of that unit.
The North Carolina-born chaplain
went to Indiana University where he majored in political science and journalism.
was a member of Saint Spyridon Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Worcester.