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One of its key objectives is to increase the number of college chaplaincies from 200 currently to cover all 400 further education institutions in the country.
The Hospital Chaplaincies Council, an agency of the Church of England, provides a range of training and other initiatives.
The Military Chaplains Association was chartered by Congress in 1925 as the "Voice of Chaplaincy" and is open to chaplains now serving or having served in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Department of Veterans Affairs, or Air Force Auxiliary Civil Air Patrol chaplaincies.
1995: The Protestant and Roman Catholic chaplaincies join in an administrative union under one chaplain general at the strategic level.
According to the Church of England, more than half of colleges now have chaplaincies.
The department gives a total of $41,400 to 13 university chaplaincies across Canada.
One of the uniting forces in bringing national chaplaincies together into one united body has been the European Network of Health Care Chaplaincy (ENHCC).
College chaplaincies at Michigan State University, the University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University and Wayne State University and more than a dozen social service agencies are also part of the varied ministry of the diocese.
Reverend Edward Lewis, the Chief Executive of the Anglican Hospital Chaplaincies Council puts it like this: "We take so much for granted in life, then illness can pull us up short.