Chapters

The Albany chapter of Legatus is in the process of formation. Respectively we are grateful to Most Reverend Edward Scharfenberger and his blessing of our efforts to grow Legatus in Albany 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 et 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 Boston chapter of Legatus is in the process of formation. Respectively we are grateful to Archbishop Sean Patrick O'Malley and his blessing of our efforts to grow Legatus in Boston 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 ethics MORE
  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 in Bucks County and the surrounding area.  And 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 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
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
The Legatus Jersey Shore Chapter was chartered on November 14, 2001. The event took place at St. Margaret Parish in Spring Lake, New Jersey, presided over by Monsignor Leonard Troiano. Instrumental in encouraging members to form the chapter, Monsignor Troiano also served as the first chaplain. Former national chaplain Fr. George Rutler represented Legatus at the chartering ceremony. Members of MORE
The Legatus Lehigh Valley (Pa.) Chapter was chartered in November 2004. Centered on the Allentown diocese, the area includes Berks, Carbon, Lehigh, Northampton, and Schuylkill Counties. Len Marrella was founding president, Monsignor Alfred A. Schlert served as first chaplain, and Bishop Edward P. Cullen of the Allentown diocese gave his approval and blessing. Lehigh Valley Chapter presidents MORE
In March 2004, the Long Island (N.Y.) Chapter became the 46th Legatus chapter after a start-up period of less than six months. The chartering ceremony took place with 24 new member-couples at the Immaculate Conception Seminary in Huntington, New York. Bishop William F. Murphy, S.T.D., the ordinary of the Rockville Centre diocese, presided as the main celebrant of the Mass. Concelebrating with B MORE