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Spiritual Care in Changing Times: Initial Glimpses from Theological Education

Chaplains and spiritual caregivers sit with people in distress, support the grieving, care for the dead, and coordinate local religious leaders — all in the face of the kind of suffering that leaves most of us at a loss for words. Where and how do they learn how to help? As Transforming Chaplaincy Co-Director Wendy Cadge and Research Fellow Beth Stroud write in The Huffington Post, the answer to that question is changing – and quickly.

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