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February 6, 2014 5:15 PM

Chaplains help others grieve, but learn to grieve themselves

Seated at a table with other chaplains who have comforted grieving military families, retired Army Chaplain John Schumacher held the red rose in his hands before he passed it along, pausing to remember those who had died on the battlefield.

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