University Chaplaincy Records, circa 1910 -- 2017
This collection has:
1.2 Cubic Feet
1 Web sites
Edwin Courtlandt Bolles was made the first chaplain of the university in 1905. Today, the Tufts Chaplaincy is committed to modeling interreligious harmony and well-being at Tufts. Each chaplain serves those who are in his or her tradition through regular worship and other programs. Valuing pluralism and multiculturalism, it educate tomorrows leaders for global citizenship by actively encouraging dialogue and cooperation among the wide variety of religious traditions on the campuses.
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