Y'all can kick me out if you'd like, especially since I didn't read all of the posts!
Anyway, I am a Christian but was raised Pagan. I was never officially Wiccan but I read up on it a great deal. I still consider myself a cultural Pagan (kind of like a lot of Jewish friends I have who are 'cultural Jews.')
I grew up in an area in which everyone was Catholic or Mormon. I remember everyone saying, "what do you mean your family doesn't go to church?" when asked about it.
Then in high school I became a Christian and attended an independent Baptist church...and got labeled a "holy roller." (Even by family members! Awesome!) Great, I went from spooky girl to holy girl...
Anyway, I completely understand both sides!
I agree with those who say our spiritual beliefs have no real place in our jobs; however, realistically, one's beliefs affect all aspects of life.
I don't think anyone of ANY faith (or lack thereof) should preach to others, especially patients. But I also understand that it's sometimes hard to keep certain aspects of your spiritual life from those around you.