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Legatus members treasure the reality of what God has wrought in each human person, each human life. Human life is sacred. We know this. We believe it. MORE
To any thoughtful, prayerful observer of the culture, it’s clear that the standards by which we were raised are viewed by many as dated, naïve atti MORE
The 2011 Legatus Summit in Naples captivated a record number of Legates and chaplains in early February. The enjoyment of each new Summit seems to was MORE
It’s no secret that Legatus is apostolic in nature, and our apostolate carries a certain level of responsibility for bringing the Good News to Catho MORE
In my last column, I wrote about obstacles that may deter Legates from inviting prospective members to enjoy the spiritual and social benefits of Lega MORE
2009 was a difficult year. Few sectors of the U.S. economy were spared, and Legates were not immune. So it should be no surprise that Legatus membersh MORE
Legatus is admired for its dedication to fostering the faith among Catholic executives and their spouses — and for the impact members have on their MORE
The spirit of Legatus is visible wherever “two or more” Legates are gathered. Members’ love for our faith is infectious.
As you receive this magazine, your fellow Legates are gathering in Dana Point, Calif., for the Annual Legatus Summit.
You’re invited! The consummate Legatus experience of any year is our Annual Summit. In just three months, the next Summit will be held in Dana Point MORE