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CHAPLAIN. A clergyman appointed to say prayers and perform divine service. Each house of congress usually appoints it own chaplain.

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Entries were judged by the Chaplaincy Teams' very own published poets Rev Manon Ceridwen James and Rev Peter Walker.
Stewart-Darling, who has worked in a parish ministry and as a university chaplain and in the financial and professional services industry in the UK, uses the story of the Canary Wharf Multifatih Chaplaincy in East London to describe how multifaith chaplaincy can impact the workplace and contribute to the well-being and behavior of employees.
For recent Yale graduate Raymond Mejico, chaplaincy is also less about having a chaplain for his Catholic faith and more about knowing there is a place on campus that supports all students.
Wharf Richard Bertin Independent candidate for Barry Court Ward Such a shame about chaplaincy WITH Easter upon us my thoughts went back to the Good Friday dawn services that were held on the deck of the Lightship 2000, above.
His assertion that "the valuable contribution of our community abroad has made to Ireland throughout our history is widely acknowledged and respected by the Government and the people of Ireland" rings hollow in the light of repeated evidence throughout the book of successive governments' refusal to fund any of the well-planned initiatives of the Irish Emigrant Chaplaincy Scheme to Britain during its first fifty years.
Wayne Mack, a justice of the peace and coroner, would likely prevail in any legal challenge to the volunteer-led chaplaincy program he organized in the southeast Texas county, the opinion states.
9, 2016, corrections lost a strong voice for chaplaincy to the incarcerated," said Vance Drum, president of ACCA.
Maratas is leading the faithful in his chaplaincy in barefoot processions not as punishment but as penance on behalf of the thieves.
Using the chaplaincy simply as an on call, emergency service can mean missing out on many of the benefits.
Chaplains, both male and female, have a very powerful leadership role to play in the CAF; the military chaplaincy has spearheaded some very important initiatives and has implemented very essential policies which have ensured that all CAF personnel, regardless of age, gender, race, culture, or religious affiliation, will be treated with dignity and respect.
Gareth has worked extensively as a chaplain across the NHS, leading the chaplaincy teams in Chester, Harlow and most recently at Papworth Hospital, a specialist heart and lung hospital in Cambridgeshire.
Gareth has worked extensively as a chaplain in across the NHS, leading the chaplaincy teams in Chester, Harlow and most recently at Papworth Hospital, a specialist heart and lung hospital in Cambridgeshire.