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Pelosi: No to Provision Protecting Chaplains From Being Ordered to Act Against Faith

I am on the road so I’ll just post this and walk away in disgust.

Pelosi: No to Provision Protecting Chaplains From Being Ordered to Act Against Faith: ‘It’s A Fraud’
By Elizabeth Harrington
May 17, 2012
(CNSNews.com) – House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi … Continue reading

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ACTION ITEM ALERT! Pres. Obama, through a minion, attacks Catholic chaplains once again.

Everyone should know what the Obama Administration is doing to Catholics this time.
I received my most recent copy of the magazine/bulletin of the Archdiocese for Military Services called Salute (that link will bring up a pdf of the article I am going … Continue reading

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OOH-RAH! by OOH-RAH!: TLM in Afghanistan

Over at Rorate there is a note about a priest serving as a military chaplain who offers also the Extraordinary Form.

A great juxtaposition of materials.  More photos over there.
I like the votive candle rack and the intentions tacked up on … Continue reading

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CNA: Catholic US Military Archdiocese sees rise in priestly vocations: SPECIAL APPEAL FROM FR. Z TO READERS

It is a regret of mine that I didn’t sign up for military chaplain service when I had the chance.  I am more than likely too old now and hindsight is 20/20.  In any event, at one point I did … Continue reading

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US Military Catholic Chaplains: serious concerns

The paucity of priests serving in active duty in the US Military’s Chaplain Corps is nearing disaster.
I think there are three active duty priests in the Army in Iraq.  The number of Navy chaplains, who serve the Marine as well, … Continue reading

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POLL ALERT! WaPo on religious freedom of military chaplains and homosexuals

POLL ALERT!
The Washington Post has a rather slimy question with a poll concerning religious freedom and the US Military, especially in regard to “don’t ask – don’t tell”, which concerns the identity of homosexuals.
Here is the WaPo text:  What beliefs … Continue reading

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Catholic priests in the military: serious shortage

Back in the day, I reached out to the US Navy about being a chaplain.  I never heard back.  I am probably too old now.
I have, however, heard stories from chaplain friends about non-Catholic superiors putting head pressure on them … Continue reading

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Military chaplains opposing ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ told to “get out” if they don’t like it

Here is a disturbing story from CNA:
Chaplains opposed to ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ repeal coming under pressure
Washington D.C., Nov 3, 2010 / 06:13 am (CNA).- A federal court has again reinstated the U.S. military’s policy against open homosexuals in service. … Continue reading

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Repeal of ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ and military chaplains

For those priests and seminarians out there considering military chaplaincy during this administration…
From CNA with my emphases and comments:
Repeal of ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ could affect military chaplains’ religious freedom
Washington D.C., Feb 19, 2010 / 07:49 am (CNA).- Proposed changes … Continue reading

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