Cedars-Sinai’s chaplaincy program puts spirituality on the medical charts

“These are moments that are very sacred, but you might not recognize the sacredness of the moment because of the bells and everything going off. And if you stop and have someone help you do a life review or make meaning out of it, you realize the profundity of what is happening here,” Weiner said, standing outside a patient’s room last summer, one of several conversations over a few months that this reporter spent talking to and shadowing chaplains, doctors and patients at Cedars.  MORE.

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About The Rev. Thomas C. Jackson

Ordained to the priesthood in December, 2010.
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