The Unitarian Universalist military chaplain drops everything for those "Hey, Chaplain!" moments to listen to whatever might be on the mind of that passing soldier—who might be Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Muslim, or not religious at all. Chaplain Montgomery has become known for her responsiveness, her intelligence, and her sensitivity to soldiers and their families. And all those impromptu encounters added up to her being named Chaplain of the Year by the Military Chaplain's Association in July.
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