1. CHBOLC 2012 JAN

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    Chaplain Basic Officer Leader Course at Fort Jackson, SC

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    • Chaplain Video

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      This is our Chaplain Video short.

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      • Secular Public Education Lobby SPEL NEWS 2012-01-18

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        Secular Public Education Lobby SPEL NEWS 2012-01-18 Minimum qualifications for Julia Gillard / Peter Garrett born again NSCP are a cruel hoax - an absolute con job.

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        • Heart Of A Chaplain

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          • Intro to Buddhism, Part Three

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            Jesuit Refugee Service/USA offered training to six chaplains from detention centers across the United States during a three-day meeting in Los Angeles last month. JRS/USA based the training on knowledge gained via our long years of service to detainees in our Detention Chaplaincy Program. Buddhist Monk Hui Dong provided attendees an introduction to Buddhism. The JRS/USA chaplaincy programs provide pastoral and religious assistance to meet the needs of non-citizens detained by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) both in four U.S. federal detention centers located in California, Texas, Arizona and New York, and in a Los Angeles County detention center. These programs enable people of all faiths to have access to pastoral care within their faith tradition. Jesuit Refugee Service/USA believes that ensuring detainee access to a Religious Service Program is crucially important because detainees have a fundamental right to freedom and exercise of religion. To further that aspect of our mission, we have compiled a Religious Service Program Guide to assist chaplains at detention centers throughout the United States. Access the Religious Services Guide here: http://www.jrsusa.org/rsg

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            • Intro to Buddhism, Part Two

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              Jesuit Refugee Service/USA offered training to six chaplains from detention centers across the United States during a three-day meeting in Los Angeles last month. JRS/USA based the training on knowledge gained via our long years of service to detainees in our Detention Chaplaincy Program. Buddhist Monk Hui Dong provided attendees an introduction to Buddhism. The JRS/USA chaplaincy programs provide pastoral and religious assistance to meet the needs of non-citizens detained by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) both in four U.S. federal detention centers located in California, Texas, Arizona and New York, and in a Los Angeles County detention center. These programs enable people of all faiths to have access to pastoral care within their faith tradition. Jesuit Refugee Service/USA believes that ensuring detainee access to a Religious Service Program is crucially important because detainees have a fundamental right to freedom and exercise of religion. To further that aspect of our mission, we have compiled a Religious Service Program Guide to assist chaplains at detention centers throughout the United States. Access the Religious Services Guide here: http://www.jrsusa.org/rsg

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              • Intro to Buddhism, Part One

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                Jesuit Refugee Service/USA offered training to six chaplains from detention centers across the United States during a three-day meeting in Los Angeles last month. JRS/USA based the training on knowledge gained via our long years of service to detainees in our Detention Chaplaincy Program. Buddhist Monk Hui Dong provided attendees an introduction to Buddhism. The JRS/USA chaplaincy programs provide pastoral and religious assistance to meet the needs of non-citizens detained by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) both in four U.S. federal detention centers located in California, Texas, Arizona and New York, and in a Los Angeles County detention center. These programs enable people of all faiths to have access to pastoral care within their faith tradition. Jesuit Refugee Service/USA believes that ensuring detainee access to a Religious Service Program is crucially important because detainees have a fundamental right to freedom and exercise of religion. To further that aspect of our mission, we have compiled a Religious Service Program Guide to assist chaplains at detention centers throughout the United States. Access the Religious Services Guide here: http://www.jrsusa.org/rsg

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                • FDNY Chaplain: Rabbi Potasnik

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                  FDNY Chaplain Rabbi Joseph Potasnik, who prayed with victims at Ground Zero and in the aftermath, describes how, over the past decade, he has drawn strength from 9/11 victims; ability to rebuild their shattered lives.

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                  • SPEL NEWS December 01, 2011

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                    Scripture Union Victoria Q&A statements regarding National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program - NSCSWP (formerly known as NSCP). Q: How does a Chaplain differ from a Student Welfare Worker? A: "Under the NSCSWP Guidelines the roles of the Chaplain and Student Welfare worker are the same – to provide spiritual, social and emotional comfort to all students, irrespective of their faith or beliefs. While Chaplains provide all the services a Student Welfare worker can, Chaplains are recognized as being specialists in spirituality." Q: Do Chaplains need to be called Chaplains? A: "We understand that in some contexts the title of Chaplain may not be well received by the school community. A possible alternative is “Community Youth Worker” – this can be negotiated with individual schools." http://www.facebook.com/SecularPublicEducation http://secularpubliceducation.com http://twitter.com/secularpubliced

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                    • Chatin' with Fr. David-UCC Chaplain

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                      November 30th 2011 ~ What is happening right now in 2011 with the Catholic faith in Ireland? Does anyone have an insight into the current situation? Everyday, video missionary, Steve Seguin, continues to find answers to these questions, including this discussion with Fr. David in Cork. May the faith in Ireland see renewal and prosperity moving forward, let us lift the Emerald Isle up in prayer on this day. For that island of Catholic history now needs a life raft of prayers from the world. God Bless You.

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