by John Wukovits
Though they conducted many rigorous tasks, the chaplains cherished the knowledge that they had comforted dying young men, and subsequently their families, in their final moments.
SOURCE: The Conversation
by Wendy Cadge and Laura R. Olson
And why does the U.S. Congress employ chaplains? And just what do they do?
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