Care of the Imprisoned
The Church witnesses to life through the pastoral care by bishops, priests, deacons, and hundreds of lay pastoral ministers throughout New Hampshire to those who are imprisoned. The following listing of chaplains and pastoral ministers is a guide to those who respond to the imprisoned in correctional facilities in New Hampshire.
The imprisoned and their families are also encouraged to contact their local parish for pastoral care.
Chaplains at State Prisons and County Correctional Facilities
Northern New Hampshire Correctional Facility
Rev. Kyle Stanton
This is a minimum-medium custody prison that houses adult males convicted of felonies.
New Hampshire Prison for Men
Deacon James P. Daly, chaplain
Rev. Bernard J. Campbell, O.F.M., Cap.
Rev. Richard A. Roberge
This is a multi-custodial level prison that houses adult males convicted of felonies.
New Hampshire State Prison for Women
This is a multi-custodial level prison that houses adult females convicted of felonies.
County Correctional Facilities
Merrimack County House of Correction
Capital Deanery priests
Rockingham County House of Correction
Rev. Donald E. Clinton
Sullivan County House of Correction
Very Rev. Shawn M. Therrien, V.F.
Strafford County House of Correction
Seacoast Deanery priests
Cheshire County House of Correction
Very Rev. A. Stephen Marcoux, III, V.F.
Belknap County House of Correction
Very Rev. Marc B. Drouin, V.F.
Hillsborough County House of Correction
Deacon Frank J. Ottaviano
Grafton County House of Correction
Very Rev. Alan Tremblay, V.F.
Carroll County House of Correction
Rev. Patrick Gilbert
Coos County House of Correction
Rev. Craig I. Cheney
Manchester Youth Development Center