Moments before Thomas More was martyred on July 6, 1535, he declared, "I die the king's good servant, and God's first." Standing upon the scaffold, he was confident in his following of Christ and knew he had done everything in his power to ensure justice. It is in the spirit of St. Thomas More that we strive to practice law in accordance with our Catholic faith, remembering that "in Christ Jesus the life-giving law of the Spirit has set you free from the law of sin and death" (Romans 8:2).

Our Mission 
To foster and promote high ethical/moral principles and the pursuit of truth in the legal profession and the administration of justice generally and in the community of Catholic lawyers, judges and legal associates particularly.

Please Join Us
Membership in the Society is open to any Catholic

· Judge, lawyer, or other member of the legal profession,

· Person involved in legal education,

· Person working in the administration of civil or criminal justice

· Retiree of any of the above, and

· Who reside or work in the Diocese of Springfield or contiguous area thereof, and

· Who signifies his/her intentions to become a member.

2013 Red Mass & St. Thomas More Medals
On September 29, 2013, our Red Mass was held at St. Michaels Cathedral in Springfield, Massachusetts. Bishop Timothy A. McDonnell  presented our eight of our outstanding honorees with the Saint Thomas More Medal. Click here to learn more about them.
Congratulations To All Of The 2013 Honorees:
Honorable John A. Agostini
Honorable William P. Hadley
John Fitgerald, MSW
Attorney Richard C. Morrissey
Attorney Carla W. Newton
Attorney Maurice C. Powe
Attorney Paula Carroll Tredeau
Honorable Paul M. Vrabel