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Training Buddhist chaplains

In 2013, New Zealand Buddhist Council and Amitabha Hospice started training the first intake of applicants in the first of a three-stage process that was intended to train this country’s first locally-trained cohort of Buddhist chaplains.

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This woman could start a movement

Anglican priest Sande Ramage works at Palmerston North hospital as a chaplain. Painting a picture of how Christian chaplaincy is marginal in today’s secular healthcare system in a talk at a seminar in Wellington, she confounded my expectations wonderfully as to how the chaplaincy function might be used wisely as part of the healing process.

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