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Father John Naumann Visits Billings

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Father John Naumann is in Billings to share the joys of traveling the world and helping those in need.

For years, Father Naumann worked at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Billings, until he moved to Africa in 2005.

On Sunday night, Father Naumann will be sharing his story to anyone who would like to listen.

"It's wonderful. It's fulfilling. It's stressful, but it's good because you can see a difference being made in the lives of many, many people," Naumann said.

Father Naumann will share his stories tonight at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church.

This event is free to attend, and dinner will be served at 5:30 PM. Father Naumann's presentation starts at 6:30 PM, and is open to the public.

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