Father Edmund Nadolny 

Who in the world would place billboards throughout Connecticut with their personal phone number on them inviting people to call them for just about anything they want to say or get off their chest about God, their lives?  Father Ed Nadolny does just that!

“Retired” from full-time priesthood after 55 years; Reverend Nadolny still rolls up his sleeves and straightens his collar to reach out to others from all walks of life for the love of Jesus.  The always outspoken, interesting and sometimes a bit controversial octogenarian priest is more active now than those half his age!  With a twinkle in his eyes he’ll make anyone smile with a joke, a hug and his genuine compassion.

Featured in The New York Times “Portrait of an Activist Priest”, Father Nadolny hosted several radio shows, while still presiding over mass at Sacred Heart Church in Berlin, CT. It made Reverend Nadolny a recognizable name, though he humbly gives the credit to Jesus.  His entrepreneurial spirit always led him to think beyond the borders of prayers alone, and he began doing the works that generated nearly $300,000 for people in Mexico, Chile and other countries, while helping those right in his own state to obtain work, keep foreclosures at bay and providing food deliveries to those in need: He also distributed 150,000 copies of the New Testament and ran telethons that raised $200,000 for inner-city Catholic schools and $500,000 for televising masses.

Father Ed Nadolny doesn't just talk about Jesus – he walks His path with untiring dedication and love for all.  He is an inspiration and guiding light for certain in this very uncertain world.


 


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