Articles by John K. Lee
MR. A was a patient in the hospital where I was working a few years back. I was called to visit him because he exhibited abnormal fear. He believed that some of the workers at the hospital were trying to kill him. His fear proved to be groundless, and the physician could find nothing wrong with him, except that he showed symptoms of sleeplessness, indigestion, and headaches. . .
The chaplain often feels neither fish nor fowl (and is often seen the same way), but the author envisions a unique role.