Author: Emily DeCiccio
Advances in medicine and communications to meet the evolving needs of soldiers have helped the United States become the most powerful military in the world. Another critical need our service members have is connection with the spiritual. Chaplains – spiritual leaders of many faiths who have followed the call to serve soldiers – fill this need today and in wars past.
A retrospective offering a glimpse into the lives of chaplains who ministered American soldiers on the European battlefields during World War I, can be viewed at Saint Joseph’s Seminary in Yonkers, New York, presented and created by The Archdiocese of New York. It is called “The Great War and Catholic Memory”.
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