Society of Saint Cyril

Donor Recognition

The Society of Saint Cyril was established by the Carmelites in order to recognize those who support the mission of Mount Carmel High School at an exemplary level.

Members are invited to be the guest of President Fr. Tony Mazurkiewicz, O.Carm. '92 at our exclusive Annual Society of Saint Cyril Dinner.


Levels of Membership

Temporary membership in the Society begins at the Sustaining Membership level.  Sustaining Members demonstrate active consistent giving and are working towards Life Membership.  Full Life Membership is obtained when lifetime gifts total $10,000 or more.  Within the Society of Saint Cyril are nine levels of membership:

Friends: Donors whose gifts to the Mount Carmel community total $10,000 - $24,999.
Patrons: Donors whose gifts to the Mount Carmel community total $25,000 - $49,999.
Sponsors:  Donors whose gifts to the Mount Carmel community total $50,000 - $99,999.
Investors:  Donors whose gifts to the Mount Carmel community total $100,000 - $249,999.
Associates:  Donors whose gifts to the Mount Carmel community total $250,000 - $499,999.
Partners:  Donors whose gifts to the Mount Carmel community total $500,000 - $999,999.
Century Club:  Donors whose gifts to the Mount Carmel community total $1,000,000 - $1,499,999
Founders:  Donors whose gifts to the Mount Carmel community total $1,500,000 - $1,999,999
Elijah Circle:  Donors whose gifts to the Mount Carmel community total $2,000,000 or more.


Saint Cyril

The Saint Cyril Society takes its name from Saint Cyril of Jerusalem. St. Cyril was a bishop in the 4th century, and was instrumental at the Council of Constantinople in 381. He is the patron saint of the Carmelite Order and his name was used in 1900 to dedicate St. Cyril College, which became Mount Carmel High School in 1925.

Contact

For more information about joining the Society, please contact Adrienne McArdle at amcardle@mchs.org or (773) 324-1020 ext. 226.

Mr. Donal '63 Barry

Donal '63 and Peg Barry are proud members of the Elijah Circle in the Society of St. Cyril.   At the annual Society of Saint Cyril Dinner in 2013, Don spoke to fellow society members about his experience as a Man of Carmel.