In this lecture, Bill examines the life of St. Maximilian Kolbe.
Hours of Instruction: 1
Bill Marcotte is the Assistant Director of the Institute of Catholic Theology. As one who has over 25 years of experience in Catholic pastoral ministry experience at both parish and diocesan levels, Bill Marcotte brings with him a wide-ranging knowledge and expertise in non-profit management and developing program strategies, including collaborative communication, visionary leadership and spearheading volunteer project teams.
Bill has served at St. Andrew the Apostle Parish in Chandler, in charge of parish evangelization. Prior to Bill’s appointment at St. Andrew’s, he served as Director of Youth and Young Adult Evangelization for the Diocese of Phoenix for over 5. He is also an active board member of the National Service Committee of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal.
Bill holds a Masters of Theology Degree from the University of San Francisco. Has been a frequent workshop speaker at the St. John Bosco Conference in Steubenville, Ohio and speaks at various conferences and workshops throughout the Diocese of Phoenix.
He married his lovely wife Beth in January of 1987. They have five children. Although he played water polo 'back in the day', he secretly wishes he played ice hockey in his youth like Eric Westby did.