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National Conference of Veterans Affairs Catholic Chaplains Code of Ethics (Undated)
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NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF VETERANS AFFAIRS CATHOLIC CHAPLAINS - Code of Ethics
The Members of the National Conference of Veterans Affairs Catholic Chaplains are to follow the mandates and recommendations of:
The teachings of the Pope and the Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church as stated for Ordained Catholic Chaplains.
The regulations and principles as set forth in the PRIESTS' MANUAL of the Archdiocese of the Military Services of the United States of America.
The Ethical Principles set forth by the United States Catholic Conference of the United States pertaining to medical matters.
The Ethical Principles and directions set forth by the Veterans Affairs Manual and the Laws and regulations set forth by the National and State Governments, providing that they are not in conflict with the Ethical principles of Scripture and the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.
The leadership of one's own informed and correct conscience formed by continuing study and meditation on the Scriptures, the writings of the magisterium and other principles put forth by many other sources of Catholic teaching.