chaplaincy chaplaincy

Definition(s):

  • (n) the position of chaplain

Usage(s):

  1. To eke out his meager chaplaincy allotment he began to produce smoothly written detective novelsa total of six in ten years.
  2. The Century also disapproved of the chaplaincy in the armed services.
  3. But when the Korean war broke out, he began worrying about the chaplaincy again a branch of the ministry that looked as though it would be around for a long time.

News

  • Saratoga 150 continues with ‘Bizarre Bazaar’

    SARATOGA SPRINGS — The Bizarre Bazaar, a Saratoga 150 event, is a unique sale of previously owned treasures to benefit the Race Track Chaplaincy of New York. 
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Saratogian

Quotes

  1. Prison Service director general Phil Wheatley said: "The chief inspector acknowledges some of the positive strides Belmarsh has taken since the last inspection. Excellent working relationships between the multi-faith chaplaincy team, staff and...
    on Mar 7, 2006 By: Phil Wheatley Source: BBC News

  2. "To Peter Rose, our wonderful chaplain ...... a special thanks to your wonderful chaplaincy to us, especially to me in my recent times of darkness and despair," Mr Quick said.
    on Sep 12, 2007 By: Harry Quick Source: The Age

  3. "At a function for the Racetrack Chaplaincy, the Derby trainer's dinner, here at the track, a lot of people have said stuff," Pletcher said while watching his Derby runners school in the paddock on Wednesday afternoon. "A lot of it is people...
    on Apr 30, 2010 By: Todd Pletcher Source: ESPN

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