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  • n. Plural form of chaplaincy.


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  • and can be easily found under "chaplaincies" on the main diocesan webpage.

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  • The seminary started its Muslim chaplaincy program more than a decade ago to meet demand for military, hospital and prison chaplains, then expanded it to university chaplaincies, Yuskaev says.

    More U.S. colleges adding Muslim chaplains

  • Counseling, disabilities services, chaplaincies, and academic and career advisement must be prepared to work together to identify and make needed referrals for support and therapy.

    Victor Schwartz: Caring for Vets in College

  • If there was any alarm raised by higher education in response to the chalking Muhammad incidents, it's been hard to hear (with the important exception of chaplaincies on certain campuses that have adapted to engage religious diversity).

    Eboo Patel: 'Everybody Draw Muhammad Day': The New Campus Culture Wars

  • By the end of the Mexican-American War in 1848, opposition to government paid chaplains was already brewing, and a vigorous campaign to abolish both the military and congressional chaplaincies that soon began would go on for well over a decade, supported by both members of the military and civilians, including churches and religious leaders.

    Chris Rodda: A Little History Lesson For Rep. Walter B. Jones About Military Chaplains

  • Beginning in 1848, countless petitions poured into both houses of Congress calling for an end to the military and congressional chaplaincies.

    Chris Rodda: A Little History Lesson For Rep. Walter B. Jones About Military Chaplains

  • Is it not high time for the three overshadowing branches of American Protestantism -- and, indeed, for all branches -- to unite in an earnest protest against this unequal distribution of chaplaincies in the army and navy, and this great outrage upon their denominational dignity.

    Chris Rodda: A Little History Lesson For Rep. Walter B. Jones About Military Chaplains

  • Since 1984, MRFF charges, Ammerman's agency has violated numerous codes that govern chaplaincies, including a constant denigration of other religions, particularly Islam, Judaism, mainline Protestantism and Catholicism, but also non-Pentecostal evangelical churches.

    Christian Soldiers

  • Among the Pentagon directives MRFF charges CFGC or its chaplains have violated are the command that chaplaincies express willingness for interfaith cooperation; that they be bona fide religious organizations with a primary mission beyond the military; that they not join organizations with religious or nationalist supremacist causes or that espouse violence; and that active military personnel not utter disloyal or contemptuous statements about officials or the country.

    Christian Soldiers

  • In the Church of England's Diocese in Europe aloneICS isresponsible for recommending for appointments in over thirty of its chaplaincies (the Church of England's term for a church or parish overseas).

    God's Mission and Ours in the 21st century


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