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So Many Causes, So Little Time yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'So Many Causes, So Little Time'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: This columnist\'s idea of a good cause is to volunteer to become the UCB cheerleaders\' chaplan. '
After this I told the chaplan, co commander and any one that would listen that I was willing to try to help get something going with the other spouses.
ZAHN: Father Michael Judge was, of course, the chaplan who was performing last rites for New York City Firefighters and lost his own life in the process.
It was from Le Puy that Urban II dated (15 August, 1095) the Letters Apostolic convoking the Council of Clermont, and it was a canon of Le Puy, Raymond d'Aiguilles, chaplan to the Count of
Daniel Geery P.S. and FYI: My father won a purple heart in WWII and saw many of his buddies blown away; a person who totally altered the course of my life was a military chaplan: I was valedictorian at a military college (for one year, anyway); and if someone attacks me or my family, I'd rip their nuts off and stuff them up their nostrils -- or some such thing. "