The Society of Saint Cyril
Patrick Joyce '01, Assistant Director of Institutional Advancement
Coordinator of the Society of Saint Cyril
The Saint Cyril Society originates 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.
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. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Society, membership begins with sustaining members whose gifts total $1,000 or more in a calendar year. Membership begins with the first year. It is hoped that this level of giving will continue to Life Membership, which includes eight individual levels of recognition leading to the $2 million Elijah Circle level.
Members are invited to be the guest of President Fr. Tony Mazuriewicz, O.Carm. '92 at our exclusive Annual Society of Saint Cyril Dinner. This year dinner will held October 20th at the Union League Club. A citation certifying membership in the Society will be presented to each member as well as recognition in the Society of Saint Cyril Membership Handbook and Mount Carmel 's Annual Report.
For more information about joining The Society, please contact Society of Saint Cyril Coordinator Patrick Joyce '01 at email@example.com or (773) 324-1020 ext. 226.
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