Chaplin Told by Stanford University Hospital to “Hit the Road” — S. O. S. = Save Our Souls // Death During Surgeries, Excepted

Dateline: Stanford Administration / Physical Security / Spiritual-Religious Care

Bulletin: Tuesday, January 13, 2015 — 2130 hrs. PST

STANFORD’S HOSPITAL – Roman Catholic Chaplin escorted late Tuesday night off the property. Chaplin was unable to perform his vocation and pray with the sick and dying. The Catholic was outed after his backpack and bag of personal belonging were (a) Seized by the hospital employees, (b) Searched without management supervision or written authorization, (c) Told by two security officers that non-Stanford religious clergy were NOT allowed inside their buildings between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m.!

This incident has been reported to: (1) The Archdiocese of Denver, (2) Diocese of Reno, and (3) the Archdiocese of San Francisco…

Altar at St. Mary's Cathedral

Altar at St. Mary’s Cathedral

Although university founder Leland Stanford was a Presbyterian, nowadays it seems like Stanford University Hospital and Clinics ‘outlaws and/or discourages’ ordained ministers from praying with and for humans with illnesses [ unless it is done during normal (banker’s) business hours… Go figure … How about saving lives and saving souls … do the ‘Cardinal’ have their priorities and written protocols straight???

Check the facts Jack Stanford… more people die between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. than during any other eight-hour time period!   Death during surgeries, excepted.

Stained Glass Window at the Rear of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church

Stained Glass Window at the Rear of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church

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