Chaplain connects with cancer patients

A significant part of Marika Hull’s role as a hospital chaplain is to help cancer patients discover their inner strength.

“The job of a chaplain is really fairly simple, and that is to be a good listener to the patient, and to help them find the threads of strength in their life somehow,” said Hull, a Catholic chaplain who ministers to cancer patients from many different faith traditions.

Hull, a former Sunday school teacher who became a chaplain about 12 years ago after embarking on a mid-life spiritual journey, said caring for the spirit is an integral component of people who are battling cancer.” More

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About The Rev. Thomas C. Jackson

Ordained to the priesthood in December, 2010.
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