Some military chaplains are leaving the Canadian Armed Forces following a new directive on public prayer, says an internal email sent by a military officer obtained by The Epoch Times. The directive forbids the use of words such as “God” and “Heavenly Father,” which active-duty chaplains say in effect means prayers are forbidden.
The Oct. 19 email was sent by a mid-level officer in personnel management with the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) to wing commanders and other RCAF senior leaders across the country following the rollout of the new directive on Oct. 11.

In the email, the officer said she had been “informed that the CA is noticing the release of some Chaplains based on this directive.” “CA” is likely an acronym for “Canadian Army.”

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