Serra Club of Albuquerque
100 Club for Religious Vocations
“Pray, therefore, that the Lord of the harvest may send laborers to gather in the harvest.”
The 100 Club for Religious Vocations is a not-for profit corporation established with the support of Archbishop Michael J. Sheehan, Archbishop of Santa Fe, to provide financial assistance to men who are studying for vocations to the priesthood. We thank Archbishop John C. Wester for his continued support.
The 100 Club for Religious Vocations is 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. No goods and services were received in exchange for your donation. Your donation is tax-deductibles in accordance with applicable law and regulation.
While the Archdiocese provides tuition and living expenses in these circumstances, and students’ families and students themselves provide other needed essentials, there are times when funds are lacking and when emergencies arise. It is for these situations, and also as a small monthly stipend to those who need it, that the funds of the 100 Club are intended. Considering the drastic need for priests in our Archdiocese, these men need our strong support and encouragement.
The funds of the 100 Club for Religious Vocations are raised by annual membership dues.
There are three classes of membership:
There are no other responsibilities of membership, no monthly meetings or committee assignments, etc. An annual dinner meeting is held in December of each year with the Archbishop and Serra Club, to report on the services provided and the forthcoming needs of the program, and to update the status of vocations for our Church.
If you are interested in helping to support vocations, you can register/pay for your membership using credit card or Paypal (click below).
Or, you can print out this membership form (click on this link) and send with your check to:
Scott C. Lardner, President
100 Club For Religious Vocations
6112 Rocksberg Ct., NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111
Scott Lardner and Leslie Cushman present checks of $13,500 from The 100 Club
and $20,000 from Serra Club to Archbishop John C. Wester at the 2017 Advent Dinner.