The Morning Call, Wednesday, April 19, 2006
Opinion article by Rev. Mark Plaushin, OSFS, faculty member in the department of philosophy and theology at DeSales, who is currently serving as a chaplain and Lt. Colonel with the U.S. army's area support group in Kuwait. Father Plaushin shares his experiences as a chaplain and work with some of his comrades, including two other people from the Lehigh Valley area. They are Frank Najera, from Lower Macungie Township, who is a career Navy man with U.S. Navy Customs Unit and works to ensure the safe flow of equipment and supplies, and Tiffany Roman, a chaplain assistant, who was born and raised in Bethlehem. The feeling among all of them is that the experience in Kuwait has strengthened their faith.
Press Release: Service in the desert fosters a deeper faith | Posted on: 4/19/2006
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