(CNN) - These two men are the spiritual advisers to a troubled flock: they are Fr. Patrick Conroy and retired Rear Adm. Barry Black, chaplains of the House and Senate respectively.
One of them originally wanted to be a member of Congress himself, and says of his current post, "God remembered my bucket list."
The two men spoke with CNN Chief Political Correspondent Candy Crowley about their unusual jobs ahead of Easter.
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Mitch, with head bowed, acting like he really cares about religion. Mitch, is a fraud and so are his followers.
These guys are on the Federal payroll? What about the separation of Church and State? Why are my tax dollars being used to support this flagrant promotion of one religion over another?
@Reachexceedsgrasp: "Mitch, with head bowed, acting like he really cares about religion. Mitch, is a fraud and so are his followers."
C'mon, you know that Mitch is just checking out his shoe shine ...
Disgustling. Most of these people have nothing to do with christianity, and will probably not be recognized by Christ.
One can not serve two masters at same. you may therefore, choose one. politics or service to God.
If they know that Jesus is God ((1st John 5: 20 ; 1st Timothy 3: 16) their worship will be blessed. It is useless without that (Acts 4: 12).
So, you are a fraud if you don't believe in a bunch of people saying words to an invisible guy in the sky so he will give them stuff? Wow, talk about lowered standards.
Spiritual beliefs need to be active in order to bring things like compassion,understanding and humility into our world. Congress certainly needs more of all of that in their chamber's. It doesn't have to be GOD. It just has to be a power bigger than yourself!!!
One should place priority first on the nation then on himself.May god judge