Noun(1) a clergyman ministering to some institution
(1) In the course of making an escape from prison Taylor shoots the prison chaplain .(2) Leading fee-paying schools in Edinburgh, meanwhile, have a Presbyterian chaplain .(3) A Church Commissioner, he was formerly a vicar in Manchester and earlier an assistant chaplain at Eton.(4) In just a short time, the chaplain had affected their lives in a remarkable way.(5) a prison chaplain(6) Witnesses were limited to the hangman and his assistants, a few prison guards and a chaplain .(7) Coun Dodd is an Anglican priest who spent several years as a hospital chaplain at Castle Hill hospital near Hull.(8) He spends the next half hour with the chaplain and then the chaplain helps him back to the lines and arranges for him to fly out home.(9) Chapel attendance was low and many soldiers later said they did not even know who the chaplain was.(10) Each morning we got together to hear God's Word preached by the chaplain .(11) The parish is the historic home of the Catholic chaplaincy at Harvard.(12) Religious influences on the direct experiences of war have often featured the ministry of chaplains .(13) Catholic and Protestant army chaplains blessed the guns of the troops in England and Germany.(14) We now have a church within the hospital which the four chaplains can share and which all of the patients, staff and visitors can avail of.(15) He also was meeting Evangelical chaplains , who seemed to possess something that he lacked.(16) The idea is for the chaplains to meet members of their community and lend a friendly shoulder in a more informal environment.
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