St. Thomas More Society of San Francisco

The St. Thomas More Society of San Francisco was founded in 1937 and is the oldest fellowship of Catholic lawyers and judges in the West. The Society is named for the 16th century lawyer, judge and diplomat who became the first layman to serve as Lord Chancellor of England, the the crown’s chief minister as well as its highest judicial officer.

The St. Thomas More Society invites members of the legal profession to remain with us in the pursuit of his call to true legal service. Learn more about our society and membership >

Please join us for our Annual Red Mass

Tuesday, October 25, 2016, 5:30pm

St. Peter and Paul Church

2016 Executive Committee

Matthew F. Graham, President

Karen P. Kimmey, 1st Vice President
Thomas P. Mazzucco, 2nd Vice President
Catherine M. Dacre, 3rd Vice President
Andres Orphanopoulos, Treasurer
Anthony D. Phillips, Secretary

Full Committee >

Upcoming Events

Monthly Luncheon
Join us for lunch on November 17, 2016 at 12 noon
Please note there is no October luncheon.

Law Student Welcome Reception
Join us on Wednesday, September 28, 2016, 5:30pm
University of San Francisco School of Law

Annual Red Mass
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Mass at 5:30pm
Banquet dinner to follow

Event Details >

How to Join

Join the St. Thomas More Society of San Francisco and contribute to his ennobling mission. Members of the Society regularly benefit from informational and inspirational events.

Looking for a mentor or mentee? Join our Mentor Program!