CHAPLAIN CONTACT INFORMATION. BLT CHAPLAIN: LT BOWEN WOODRUFFEMAIL: [email protected] PHONE NUMBER IN SAN DIEGO (INPORT)(619)556-4748 EXT. 4909RP2 WILLIAM THOMASEMAIL: [email protected] WE'RE AWAY, AND YOU NEED A CHAPLAIN . HORNO AREA: -- Regimental Chaplain (1st Marine Regiment): Chaplain MUHM Telephone: (760)725-7614 (back in January)-- 2nd Battalion ChaplainChaplain GRACE (760)763-0837DIVISION CHAPLAIN'S OFFICE -- Camp Marg9443
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1. Religious Ministry Team 1/1 Battalion Landing Team PRE-DEPLOYMENT BRIEF
3. WE’RE AWAY, AND YOU NEED A CHAPLAIN HORNO AREA:
-- Regimental Chaplain (1st Marine Regiment):
Telephone: (760)725-7614 (back in January)
-- 2nd Battalion Chaplain
Chaplain GRACE (760)763-0837
DIVISION CHAPLAIN’S OFFICE -- Camp Margarita
Telephone: (760) 725-5264 (-6692, -9032)
4. Chapel Services Camp Pendleton MARINE MEMORIAL CHAPEL -- Mainside
BLDG 1161 (760)725-5322/5667
8:00 and 11:00 a.m. -- Catholic Mass
9:30 a.m. -- Protestant Service
LAS PULGAS CHAPEL
BLDG 24150 (760)725-4700
Sunday: 5:00 p.m. -- Contemporary Christian
BLINDER MEMORIAL CHAPEL – South Mesa
BLDG 202863 (760)725-2929
9:00 a.m. -- Contemporary Christian
9:00 a.m. -- Eastern Orthodox
10:30 a.m. -- Catholic Mass
11:45 a.m. -- Gospel Tradition
Jewish Worship: 7:30 p.m., 1st Friday of the Month
Islamic Service: Noon Fridays
5. Chapel Services (Con’t) RANCH HOUSE CHAPEL
BLDG 1344 (760)725-4700
Sunday: 10:00 – Lutheran Service
CARUSO MEMORIAL CHAPEL – SOI
BLDG 52666 (760)725-7401
9:00 a.m. – Protestant Student Service
10:30 a.m. – Catholic Mass
10:30 a.m. – Protestant Family Service, San Onofre Community Center, Bldg 51919
ALL FAITH MEMORIAL CHAPEL
NAVAL HOSPITAL (760)725-1223
Catholic Mass: Sunday, 9:00 a.m.; Mon., Wed., Fri, 11:30 a.m.
Protestant Worship Service: Sunday, 10:30 a.m.; Wed., 12:30 p.m.
6. What You Tell the Chaplain is CONFIDENTIAL and may be PRIVILEGED “Confidential” is a term of art.
-- Confidentiality stems from a relationship of trust.
-- The hearer is entrusted with information the speaker wants kept secret or private.
-- Confidentiality has ethical, professional, and moral responsibilities associated with it; a matter of maintaining faith and credibility.
7. Privileged Communication “Privileged” is a legal term.
-- Protects certain confidential communications from being disclosed in a legal proceeding.
-- Communications made by a person to a clergyman in the course of confession.
-- Also includes communications made to a clergyman acting in his professional capacity as spiritual adviser with the purpose of dispensing religious counsel, advice, or solace.
8. Privileged and Confidential (Con’t) All privileged communications are confidential, but not all confidential communications are privileged.
“The term ‘confidential communications’ includes the legal recognition of the clergy-penitent privilege, all communications between Navy chaplains and those who confide in them as a act of religion, a matter of conscience, or in their role as spiritual advisors.”
Bottom Line: what you tell me is confidential and most likely privileged.