Religion: Clergyman in White

An Episcopal chaplain last week gave 75 doctors and ministers in Newark a lesson on how they could be of more use on the borderline of life and death. Said Chaplain Otis Radcliffe Rice of Manhattan's big, Episcopal-founded St. Luke's Hospital: "Ministers must be intelligent laymen in the medical field and learn how to cooperate effectively with doctors. Physicians must remember that there are almost always intangible factors in an illness which are up the parson's alley rather than theirs, and that a trained clergyman can be a tower of strength to them."...

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