On June 4, 2014, the Lafayette-Acadiana chapter formally became the 72nd chapter of Legatus, the fifth in the state of Louisiana. Rapid growth over its first few months has elevated the chapter to the fourth largest in the Legatus family. We are grateful to the Most Reverend Bishop Douglas Deshotel and his blessing of our efforts to grow Legatus in the Lafayette area.  And we continue to w MORE
The Lake Charles chapter formally chartered on January 19, 2016. The chapter grew quickly with extensive support from the neighboring Lafayette-Acadiana Chapter and Bishop Glen John Provost of the Lake Charles diocese. Legatus is a very natural fit in an area with deep Catholic roots, said Bishop Provost, whose family was among the area’s first settlers 300 years ago. Members of Legatus’ c MORE
On November 6, 2013, the Lansing Chapter became the 69th chartered chapter of Legatus, and one of five chapters in Michigan which include Legatus of Detroit, Detroit Northeast, Ann Arbor, and Grand Rapids. The chapter continues to grow at a very healthy pace so far in 2014, offering dynamic monthly programs that both members and guests enjoy. We are grateful to His Excellency, Bishop Earl Boye MORE
On May 7, 1998, Legatus’ Las Vegas Chapter was chartered at a Mass held at Guardian Angel Cathedral in downtown Las Vegas. Most Reverend Daniel Walsh, then-bishop of Las Vegas, officiated at the event. Bishop Walsh also served as the chapter’s chaplain. Legatus founder Tom Monaghan also attended the event. George Maloof was commissioned as the first chapter president, with Andy Johnson serv 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
The roots of Kentucky’s Lexington Chapter were laid in Rome through an unplanned meeting between Legatus founder Tom Monaghan and Bishop Ronald W. Gainer of the Lexington diocese. Monaghan spotted Bishop Gainer in the lobby of the hotel where a group of Lexington pilgrims were staying. After a brief introduction, Monaghan said he was in Rome on Legatus business. Bishop Gainer was unfamiliar with MORE
"Peace be with you." John 20:19 Legatus of Lincoln began formation in late 2003 with an introductory dinner hosted by Lincoln Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz. The first full year of programs started in 2004 with the Lincoln Chapter chartering on June 21, 2005 becoming the 48th charted chapter of Legutus. The chartering ceremony was held at the Blessed John XXIII Diocesan Center with Bishop Bruskewitz c 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
On the evening of February 7th, 2018, the Legatus colors of red and gold adorned Hurstbourne Country Club as the newly inducted members of the Louisville chapter raised their glasses of Kentucky bourbon in celebration of becoming the 24th chartered chapter of Legatus in the Great Lakes Region. The Louisville chapter swiftly reached the chartering threshold in 2017 led by Amy Dillon, Legatus' Great MORE
[embed][/embed] Legatus of Madison formally chartered on September 21, 2016. It became the third chapter in the great state of Wisconsin, joining the Milwaukee and Northeast Wisconsin chapters. We are grateful to His Excellency, Bishop Robert Morlino and his blessing of our efforts to grow Legatus in Madison and surrounding areas MORE