Chaplaincy (noun)

The role or position of a chaplain, especially in a military, prison, hospital, or other institutional setting.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french chapelainie, from chapelain "chaplain".

Examples:

  1. The chaplaincy offers spiritual guidance and support to soldiers and their families.
  2. The chaplaincy provides a vital link between the military and religious communities.
  3. The chaplaincy program was established to provide religious services to prisoners.
  4. The chaplaincy offers a space for reflection and spiritual growth to hospital patients and staff.
  5. The chaplaincy works to promote religious tolerance and understanding in the workplace.
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