Q&A with Barry Black
Chaplain Barry Black talked about his youth in Baltimore as one of eight children whose mother struggled financially. His story is… read more
Chaplain Barry Black talked about his youth in Baltimore as one of eight children whose mother struggled financially. His story is told in his 2006 book From the Hood to the Hill.
He also talked about how he goes about counseling senators who are trying to make decisions on public policy issues. Chaplain Black explained his job and the variety of spiritual issues he is asked to address as Chaplain of the Senate.
Chaplain Black is a retired U.S. Navy Admiral, serving 27 years culminating in the position of Chief of Navy Chaplains.
He became the 62nd Chaplain of the U.S. Senate in July, 2003. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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