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Baltazar, who served as chaplain at Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center, was sentenced to seven years in prison and served three after pleading guilty to lewd conduct with a 15-year-old boy.
Our investors included my landlord, a teacher, a chaplain, and other ordinary folks.
Nine couples came together to re-pledge their love for each other, with five chaplains of different faiths leading the different couples in vows in one large service.
Through this program, children and their families are teamed with physicians, nurses, social workers, chaplains, hospice aides and volunteers with expertise in children's care.
Initially, then-hospital chaplain Rev. Alfred Johnson led the group.
More studies are continuing, as music therapists seek to make their profession as central in end-of-life care as social workers and chaplains.
The case against Bishop Barros erupted in 2015 when the pope named him, a former chaplain in the Chilean armed forces, to lead the Osorno diocese amid widespread protest.
After the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1942, Hannan enlisted in the Army as a chaplain and was assigned to the 505th Parachute Regiment of the 82nd Airborne Division, ministering to paratroopers.
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Origin and Etymology of chaplain
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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