New Years from Iraq: Fr. Steve Dundas

Dear Friends and Family Greetings from Al Anbar Province where I have been deployed since July supporting our teams of Marines, Sailors, Soldiers and a few Airmen and US Border and Customs Service advisors serving at Training Teams to the Iraqi Army, Border Enforcement, Port of Entry, Police and Highway Patrol. Advertisements

Chaplain’s Letter from Iraq

Dear Friends and Family, Greetings from Al Anbar Province where I have been deployed since July supporting our teams of Marines, Sailors, Soldiers and a few Airmen and US Border and Customs Service advisors serving at Training Teams to the Iraqi Army, Border Enforcement, Port of Entry, Police and Highway Patrol. It has been a […]

The Vocation of Military Chaplain

By Bishop Doug Woodall One of the most rewarding vocations for a priest to enter is the military chaplaincy. It takes a lot of preparation both educationally and spiritually for this is not a traditional parish ministry. If you are called to this vocation, you must have an accredited Bachelor’s degree and attend an accredited […]

CEC Chaplains:Mass in Iraq

CEC Chaplains: It is really difficult risking your life daily in a combat zone and we need to make sure we remember them in our prayers while they are away or back home. Here’s a picture of the 13 Chaplains that were able to attend the most recent Chaplains Conference in San Clemente. Several Chaplains […]