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Chaplains Part VII: The Future of Spiritual Care
December 14, 2017
You might think chaplains only show up when someone’s dying. But they're working in all kinds of settings, striving towards a new model of spiritual care.

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De-institutionalizing Spiritual Care December 14, 2017
Fewer and fewer Americans are attending religious services, so where do people turn when crisis strikes and big questions emerge? That's where chaplains come in. They're not just ministers, rabbis and imams. They also work as spiritual generalists out in the world, ministering to factory workers, soldiers, lawmakers, athletes, inmates, students, patients, and even airline travelers. And they might just be the future of spiritual care. 
Trace Haythorn, executive director of the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE)
Wendy Cadge, professor of sociology at Brandeis University
Courtesy Roger Bennett
Jews on Vinyl December 14, 2017
Most record collections end up in boxes, put away in basements and attics. Journalist and radio presenter Roger Bennett turned his collection into a book, a website, and even a museum exhibit. It spans the history of Jewish recorded music from the 40s through the 80s. So as we celebrate the final days of Hanukkah this year, we thought we’d take you on a music tour through obscure and delightful Jewish ephemera. From 2010.

Roger Bennett, author of And You Shall Know Us by the Trail of Our Vinyl