Chapters

An historic event took place for Legatus in Dublin, Ireland on October 11, 2012 when the Dublin chapter became the first Legatus chapter outside of North America to charter.  This special event was enhanced by the presence of several Legatus members from the United States who were attending the annual Legatus pilgrimage which was taking place in Ireland at the same time. Chartering C MORE
Legatus of DuPage formally chartered on February 20, 2015. We are grateful to His Excellency, Bishop Daniel Conlon and his blessing of our efforts to grow Legatus in DuPage County and surrounding areas.  And we are eager to welcome those who have an interest to join. We are eager to welcome those who have an interest to learn more about Legatus and consider joining an organization that comb MORE
The Fairfield County chapter of Legatus is in the process of formation. When fully chartered it will become the second chapter in Connecticut, along with Hartford. We of course honor and are grateful for the guidance and support of our shepherd, the Most Reverend Frank J. Caggiano, Bishop of the Diocese of Bridgeport and our chaplain Father Michael Jones for their blessings of our efforts MORE
On December 16, 2013, the Fort Wayne Chapter became the 71st chartered chapter of Legatus.  The chapter continues to grow adding two members so far in 2014 offering dynamic monthly programs that both members and guests enjoy. We are grateful to His Excellency, Bishop Kevin Rhoades and his blessing of our efforts to grow Legatus in Fort Wayne and surrounding areas.  And we continue to welcome MORE
With 20 couples in attendance, Legatus of Fort Worth was formally chartered on May 10, 2007.  Its founding officers were Chapter President Bill Petrelli; Treasurer, Lynne Alpar; and Membership Chair Jim Leito.  We are celebrating our ten year anniversary in May of this year and have had many top rated speakers over the years.  Fr. Manuel Holguin currently serves as our Chaplain. All mon MORE
The first Legatus Chapter was named the Michigan Chapter. It attracted a few Toledo, Ohio area members because of the encouragement of Toledo Bishop James R. Hoffman, who loved the Legatus concept. The Michigan Chapter grew rapidly, meetings were generally held at our Founder Tom Monaghan’s property, “Domino’s Farms”, in Ann Arbor. Tom’s plan was to develop many Chapters in North America MORE
Although the Grand Rapids Chapter of Legatus was originally formed on August 1999, it was reinvigorated with a combination of both legacy and new members.  On December 6, 2013, Grand Rapids “re-chartered” becoming the 70th chapter to (again) formally join the Legatus family. The chapter continues to grow, offering dynamic monthly programs that both members and guests enjoy. MORE
The Greenville chapter of Legatus is in the process of formation. When fully chartered it will become the first chapter in South Carolina. We of course honor and are grateful for the guidance and support of our shepherd, the Most Reverend Robert E. Guglielmone, Bishop of the Diocese of Charleston for his blessings of our efforts to grow Legatus in Greenville and the surrounding area. And we ar MORE
Legatus of Harrisburg formally chartered on May 31, 2016. It became the fourth chapter in the great state of Pennsylvania, joining the Philadelphia, Lehigh Valley, and Pittsburgh Chapters. In September 2015, several Catholic business leaders in the Diocese of Harrisburg, PA were intrigued when they received a business-sized envelope with a letter from Bishop Ronald Gainer asking them to consider MORE
Legatus of Hartford formally chartered on December 11, 2015. The chartering event began with Mass celebrated by Archbishop Blair at St. Patrick-St. Anthony Church in downtown Hartford. Chaplain Fr. Thomas Barry concelebrated. After the chartering ceremony, the evening continued at The Society Room with dinner and remarks from Archbishop Blair, executive director John Hunt, and John Knowles, dir MORE