Members of the Signum Fidei Society have expressed their commitment to Christian Brothers Academy through a very special and important form of financial support.
These donors have named CBA as the beneficiary of a planned gift. Such gifts might include a bequest, appreciated securities, gifts of real estate, gifts of life insurance and/or charitable income gifts, such as charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder unitrusts, charitable remainder annuity trusts.
Once you complete your estate plans, please fill out our member profile form to let us know. We would like to thank you for your generosity by including you in the Signum Fidei Society.
Your membership involves no dues, obligations, or solicitations, but it does allow us to thank you and recognize you for the plans you have made, and it may inspire generosity in others.
Benefits of membership in the Signum Fidei Society also include annual luncheons, invitations to special events and seminars and a subscription to our newsletter.
The most important benefit you will receive from joining the Signum Fidei Society is the satisfaction derived from making a lasting contribution to our long-term success.
Signum Fidei (Sign of the Faith) was selected as the motto of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools in 1751. The motto appears prominently on the Institute's coat of arms, and also on the seal of Christian Brothers Academy.
A donor who notifies CBA of a planned gift becomes a member of the Signum Fidei Society. We gratefully recognize the following individuals who have entrusted their legacy to the vision of our school by making estate gifts or informing us that CBA is included in their estate plans.
Mark Brennan '82
Sean Duffy '70
John A. Giunco '70
Michael R. and Phyllis M. Hayes†
Michael J. and Lucille Horowitz
Rev. Garry R. Koch
Robert J. Kortenhaus '79
Robert R. Lewis '83
Thomas G. Ley '77
Brother Peter Mannion, FSC†
William D. Moss '75
John Mulheren '67†
Brendan T. O'Connor '72
Janet S. Peters†
Brother Stephen Sullivan, FSC†
Patrick J. Thornton '71
Joseph R. Tort, Sr. '76