Chaplain recalls journey from communism

Tudor, Jason
February 2004
Airman;Feb2004, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p12
Focuses on Chaplain Major Stanislaw Pieczara's journey out of communism and into a U.S. Air Force uniform. Feeling of frustrations of other lay leaders; Recall of difficult moments that make him question his role in the chaplain corps; Four vows that Pieczara took.


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