The Sword of the Lord: Military Chaplains
from the First to the Twenty-First Century.
However, in cases requiring attention, agents will forward the e-mail to the appropriate response element in the overseas military community for resolution or intervention by a family advocacy representative, the military chaplain
, or other appropriate local agency.
Dobes said the military chaplain
removed from office has the same means of recourse as any other Catholic person similarly removed.
Catherine Askew distinctly remembers the moment when she knew she wanted to be a military chaplain
to the Canadian Forces.
Major Pierre Bergeron, a military chaplain
, eulogized Cp1.
US military chaplain
Christopher Armstrong was desperate to know the whereabouts of the chair which was made in Australia and escorted to Wales by his grandfather, Edward Absalom Rawson, for the 1937 National Eisteddfod at Machynlleth.
A TOP US military chaplain
is desperate to find an Eisteddfod chair made in Australia and awarded to an eminent Welsh poet more than 80 years ago.
Stahls work is a great addition to any military chaplain
's library and valuable to the military historian interested in understanding how sometimes the society that military members serve affects them in the most basic of human spheres--the spiritual and religious ones.
First Reformed 15, 113mins, opens Friday AN ex military chaplain
faces a crisis after the death of his son, who he encouraged to join the armed forces.
The Mass, celebrated by a military chaplain
, went on as gunfire and explosions outside the cathedral provided a booming background noise to prayers and hymns.
Nigel Shaw has served as a military chaplain
since his ordination to the priesthood in 1985.
Flying with an aircrew on an operational mission is not a task most people associate with being a military chaplain