Chapters

The Canton (Ohio) Chapter of Legatus was chartered on Monday, June 28, 2004, at a special Mass and chartering ceremony held at St. Joseph Church in Massilon, Ohio. Most Reverend Thomas J. Tobin, then-bishop of Youngstown, was the principle celebrant, joined by Fr. Robert Kaylor, chaplain of the Canton Chapter. Chapter officers installed were: Jim Abbott, president; Dave Miller, vice president; MORE
The Ann Arbor Chapter is one of a distinct few. It’s one of the distinct chapters born directly of Legatus’ mother chapter, the Michigan Chapter, which, having done her duty, is now retired. But Ann Arbor bears a further distinction that the others—Detroit, Detroit Northeast and Genesis (Toledo)—cannot claim: It was the ground upon which Legatus was founded when Tom Monaghan held the first MORE
Legatus of Atlanta formally chartered on December 3, 2014, one month after its sister chapter in Savannah. We are grateful to His Excellency, Archbishop Wilton Gregory and his blessing of our efforts to grow Legatus in Atlanta and surrounding areas.  And we are eager to welcome those who have an interest to join. MORE
The Augusta-Aiken chapter of Legatus is in the process of formation. When fully chartered it will become the second chapter in Georgia. We are grateful to His Excellency, Archbishop Wilton Gregory and his blessing of our efforts to grow Legatus in Augusta-Aiken and surrounding areas.  And we are eager to welcome those who have an interest to join. MORE
Legatus of Austin was chartered March 18, 2015 as the fifth Legatus chapter in the state of Texas. We are grateful to His Excellency, Bishop Joe S. Vásquez and his blessing of our efforts to grow Legatus in Austin and its surrounding area. And we are eager to welcome those who have an interest to join. MORE
Legatus’ Baltimore Chapter was chartered on November 9, 2005, and approved by Cardinal William Keeler, then-ordinary of the Archdiocese of Baltimore. The chapter’s first president was Hugh Mohler (2006 and 2007). He was followed by D. Wayne Coffey (2008 and 2009). They were followed by Edmund “Skip” Coale (2010 and 2011) and Timothy “Tim” Watkins (2012). Monsignor Richard E. Crambl MORE
The Baton Rouge Chapter of Legatus began with a dinner given at Our Lady of Mercy Church in November 2003. Many Louisiana Legates and guest couples responded to the invitation of founding chaplain, Fr. Miles Walsh. These participants in what proved to be the first gathering of the new Baton Rouge chapter came to hear former New Orleans Saint Danny Abramowicz and the late Paul Nalty of the New Orle MORE
The Bismarck chapter of Legatus is in the process of formation. Respectively we are grateful to Most Reverend David Dennis Kagan and his blessing of our efforts to grow Legatus in Bismarck and surrounding areas. We are eager to welcome those who have an interest to learn more about Legatus and consider joining an organization that combines a unique blending of our Catholic Faith and business ethi MORE
The Boca Raton Chapter of Legatus was chartered on June 12, 2003, at the St. Joan of Arc Chapel in Boca Raton. The chapter was honored by Most Reverend Seán P. O’Malley, Bishop of Palm Beach celebrating Holy Mass. Bishop O'Malley then officiated at the chartering ceremony for 40 members and guests. Charter officers were: Paul Lawless, president; Henry Schade, treasurer; Jerry Cianfrini, mem MORE
The Bucks County chapter of Legatus is in the process of formation. When fully chartered it will become the fifth chapter in the great state of Pennsylvania, along with Harrisburg, Lehigh Valley, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. Respectively we are grateful to the Archbishop Charles J. Chaput and the Most Reverend Monsignor Joseph P. Gentili and their mutual blessing of our efforts to grow Legatus MORE