What is the role of a chaplain?

Answer Chaplains are members of the clergy that assist people with spiritual and emotional direction in nonreligious settings. Chaplains work in hospitals, prisons, airports, for the military and in unive... Read More »

Top Q&A For: What is the role of a chaplain

How does role of department of homeland security differ from traditional role of the military?

How to Become a Chaplain?

A chaplain is a religious professional who offers spiritual guidance to individuals who live in or frequent locations that may present depressing or difficult circumstances. For example, hospitals,... Read More »

How much does a chaplain make?

According to, the salary of a chaplain varies, according to experience. As of April 2010, those with two to four years' experience earn $33,997 to $45,387 a year. Those with five to ni... Read More »

What do you have to do to become a chaplain in the service?

Receive a Ministry degree from an accredited college plus either enroll in ROTC while at college or apply to Officer Candidate School after graduation and be commissioned as in Officer. In a Battle... Read More »