The U.S. Defense Health Agency now has awarded a five-year annually renewable contract to the friars to resume their service.
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In a letter to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, Rep. Chris Smith, who is Catholic, accused the administration of having a ‘lack of consideration to service members’ religious needs and rights’ at the military medical center.
An already challenging occupation has become even more arduous, since the murder of George Floyd Jr. provoked a nationwide torrent of hostility against police officers.
From battle-ravaged Kharkiv in Ukraine to refugee centers in Poland, Marians of the Immaculate Conception are on the front lines to aid those in need.
Father Willie was a victim soul who offered his life in reparation for the sins of priests. More than ever, Ireland is recognizing the holiness of the Jesuit military chaplain.
The Arizona measure came after many hospital systems enacted strict visitation policies in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, which sometimes barred clergy or other religious counselors from visiting.
Poignant remembrances commemorate the somber anniversary.
Drawn by the desire to serve those who serve, candidates are answering ‘the call within a call’ to become active-duty priest chaplains in the U.S. armed forces at a time when the ranks are low.