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On the front lines: Comforting the sick at Rose

Jeffrey Kaye, Rose Medical Center’s director of chaplaincy services and its Jewish chaplain, creates space in an unending day to describe his sacred work in the midst of a pandemic. His faith-based resiliency in one of the worst moments in recent history is so moving that it encourages the heart to face another day — […]
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IJN Senior Writer | andrea@ijn.com


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