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Joseph Corrigan, a chaplain who also leads the department's homeless outreach program.
Johnson also boasted about being a White House chaplain for presidents George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton and professed to have been a peacemaker in Los Angeles during the 1992 Rodney King riots.
This year, more than 40 nurses, social workers, chaplains and other health professionals applied for the scholarships.
Multiple agencies responded to the crash, including Beaver Dam Fire and Paramedics, Beaver Dam police, Waupun police, the Dodge County medical examiner, Dodge County Sheriff’s Office chaplain and the Dodge County Emergency Response Team.
The counselors and chaplains continued to provide support throughout the week.
The 62-year-old hospice chaplain was in the right place.
Following a procession of veterans into the WLHS gymnasium, Stubbe will deliver an address on his experiences as a Navy chaplain during the Vietnam War, including his survival of the Siege at Khe Sanh.
Roman Catholic soldiers make up the largest denominational group in the Army, and the sacramental ministry our Catholic chaplains provide is irreplaceable.
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Origin and Etymology of chaplain
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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