Welcome to the St. Thomas More Society, Sacramento

St. Thomas More Society (STMS),   Sacramento, California      Thomas More

 An independent organization sponsored by Catholic lawyers (open to attorneys, other legal professionals, and legislative advocates of any religious persuasion) in the Sacramento area.

STMS is an affiliate of the Sacramento County Bar Association

The purposes of the STMS are::

** to serve as a mutual support group,
** to foster individual spiritual growth,
** to further interfaith understanding, and
** to promote the teachings of the Second Vatican Council.

The group does not engage in advocacy, take stands on controversial political questions, or engage in fund raising.
 

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Spring 2015 Newsletter

 

Planned STMS meeting dates for 2015:

January 14 (Wednesday): Liturgy of the Hours and Lunch

March 25 (Wednesday): Bishop Soto will join us for Mass and Lunch

April 22: Joint MCLE luncheon with the J. Reuben Clark Society and the BYU Business Association

May 13: Join with JRCL and BYUMS to hear Sacramento Auxiliary Bishop Myron Cotta speak on Moral & Ethical Leadership

June: St Thomas More Feast Day Celebration, Evening Event

September 9 (Wednesday): Breakfast Meeting

October: No meeting due to Red Mass

November: Mass and Lunch date TBA

December 9 (Wednesday): Mass and Lunch

 

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STMS does not traditionally hold meetings in July or August.

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For more information, call Herb Bolz, at (530) 848-7252 or email stms.sacramento@yahoo.com.

 

A special welcome to those thinking of attending for the first time, or returning after an absence. You are welcome to bring guests.

If you would like to become a member of STMS, please fill out a membership application/renewal form.

STMS also has a members-only group on LinkedIn.

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