Father Bill Nadeau: From prison chaplain to parish pastor | Sunday to Sunday

Father Bill Nadeau: From prison chaplain to parish pastor | Sunday to Sunday

Meet Father Bill Nadeau, the pastor of Saint Francis of Assisi Church, on the shores of Lake Tahoe in Incline Village, Nevada. Fr. Bill tells us how his experience as a prison chaplain has prepared him to understand the most profound spiritual challenges of his new parishioners. Under his leadership, the parishioners at St Francis have grown spiritually, and as “intentional disciples” are better prepared to witness to the gospel in everyday life.

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