Chapters

Legatus’ New Orleans Northshore Chapter was launched at a ceremony held at St. Joseph Abbey on September 23, 2003. Archbishop Alfred Hughes and Abbot Justin Brown, O.S.B., officiated. The founding members of the Northshore Chapter were all originally members of the New Orleans Chapter. When the membership of the New Orleans Chapter reached 60, Legatus suggested a new chapter be formed for member MORE
The New York City Chapter (formally Manhattan) was chartered November 13, 1997. Brian O’Connor was president, and Fr. George Rutler was the chaplain and Legatus’ international chaplain. Charter members included Nicola and Margarita Arena, Wellington and Ann Mara, Edward and Noreen Sweeney, William and Carol Simon, Peter and Margaret Grace, Joseph and Luciana Vittoria, and others. Wellington MORE
The Newark chapter of Legatus is in the process of formation. Respectively we are grateful to His Eminence Joseph Cardinal Tobin and his blessing of our efforts to grow Legatus in Newark 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
The North Georgia 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 North Georgia and surrounding areas.  And we are eager to welcome those who have an interest to join. MORE
The Northeast Wisconsin Chapter—Green Bay/Appleton—was spearheaded by Deacon Jim Asmuth, the retired president of a sizable tissue manufacturer. Asmuth had been attending Milwaukee Chapter meetings and desired to launch a new chapter closer to home, 100 miles to the north. The founding chapter board consisted of Asmuth, Bill Raaths (who became chapter president) and his wife Natalie, Mike a MORE
On June 29, 2000, Legatus’ Northern New Jersey Chapter achieved history as the first chapter to be launched and chartered at its first meeting. Twenty-six couples attended the historic event and were invested as charter members of what was then called the Morris County Chapter. The chapter meets on a Wednesday or Thursday early in the month at 6:30 p.m. for Mass, followed by cocktails, dinne MORE
Twenty-five member-couples gathered at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church on June 10, 2002, in Vienna, Virginia, for the Northern Virginia Chapter’s chartering ceremony. The Mass and induction were led by Most Reverend Paul S. Loverde, bishop of Arlington, Virginia, who was joined at the altar by a legion of priests, all pastors or representatives of the diocese. Following the Mass and charterin MORE
The Northwest Chicago, chapter of Legatus is in the process of formation. Respectively we are grateful to His Excellency, Bishop David Malloy and his blessing of our efforts to grow Legatus in Northwest Chicago 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 Catho MORE
The Oklahoma City chapter of Legatus chartered on December 10, 2014. It became the first formal Legatus chapter in the state of Oklahoma. We are grateful to His Excellency, Archbishop Paul S. Coakley and his blessing of our efforts to grow Legatus in Oklahoma City and its surrounding area. And we are eager to welcome those who have an interest to learn more about Legatus and consider joining a MORE
On May 11, 2016, Legatus’ Omaha Chapter celebrated the 15-year anniversary of its inaugural pre-meeting of May 8, 2001. Michael Dahir and his wife Mary Jo were the “stem-winders” for the chapter, which chartered on December 12, 2001, at St. Vincent de Paul Church. Thus Omaha became the 28th chapter to be welcomed into the Legatus family. Omaha Archbishop Eldon F. Curtiss and Legatus found MORE