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Legacy League

Many people are leaving a legacy after they die as a final act of faithful generosity and loving encouragement to those still living and yet to live. These gifts can serve as a named memorial, offer a financial or tax incentive, and provide a way to connect children or other family to the work of charity and the ministry of the Church.

You can specify how your legacy will enable ministry at the parish, school or Archdiocesan level or you can name a combination of these.

Legacy giving is not only for those with wealth. The value of the gift isn't measured by the size of the amount, but rather the amount of heart put into it.

Has my parish established a legacy league?

We are pleased to announce the establishment of a Legacy League in the following parishes:

Cathedral of Mary Our Queen
Sacred Heart, Glyndon
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
St. Francis of Assisi, Baltimore
St. Jane Frances de Chantal, Pasadena
St. John, Westminster
St. Margaret
St. Rose of Lima
Shrine of the Sacred Heart
St. Thomas Aquinas

Congratulations to the pastor, the parish leadership and the founding members in each of these parishes.

Already a Member?

Once you complete your estate plans, please fill out our member profile form () to let us know. We would like to thank you for your generosity by including you in the Legacy League.

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