Military chaplains to meet in Prague
International Military Chief Chaplains Conference will be held in the Czech Republic from 31st January to 4th February 2011.
The 22nd Conference is the highest annual meeting of major representatives of military chaplaincy of NATO and Partnership for Peace Programme countries.
The topic of the Conference, which has first of all the working, organisational, study, but also social and spiritual dimensions, is "Military Chaplain as Ethical Advisor".
This prestigious Conference, which will be attended by more than 60 delegates from 30 countries of the world, is held under the auspicies of Alexandr Vondra, Minister of Defence of the Czech Republic, and Admiral James Stavridis, Supreme Allied Commander Europe.
Besides representatives of chaplaincies, other military officials, military and civilian experts, will take part and will deliver their presentations.
The tradition of the conference goes back to the beginning of the 1990s of the last century, when the very first conference of NATO military chaplains of this level was convened to Stuttgart, Germany. In 2009, the conference was held in the South Africa even as the World Military Chiefs of Chaplains Conference.
Prague, which hosted this conference in 1997 already, will become historically the very first city, to which chaplains come repeatedly.
More information on this year conference you will find at the official web site of 22nd IMCCC 2011:
Posted: January 8, 2011