The St. Thomas More Society extends its thanks to Arkansas Supreme Court Chief Justice Howard W. Brill who spoke to us at the Annual Bar Association meeting in Hot Springs, Arkansas on the morning of Thursday, June 16, 2016.

Citing to scripture from the Books of Isiah, Philippians, and others, the Chief Justice reminded us of the importance of seeking significance as opposed to mere success in our lives and in our profession. It is a powerful and compelling admonition.

We are thankful for Chief Justice Brill's leadership and service to our State as a jurist, as an educator, and as a friend.
 
 
The St. Thomas More Society of Arkansas hosted its annual Red Mass on Friday, October 2, 2015 at the Cathedral of St. Andrew in downtown Little Rock.  It was a remarkable event.  Bishop Anthony Taylor delivered a moving homily about the Fourth Beatitude and the significance of righteousness, justice and holiness.  Click here for a copy of Bishop Taylor's homily.

Following the Mass, Congressman French Hill presented a moving speech on the likenesses of the lawgivers in the chamber of the United States House of Representatives and the importance of the origins of law in our government.

And finally, the St. Thomas More Society bestowed the St. Thomas More Award upon the late Phil Carroll, a longtime partner at the Rose Law Firm and founder of the St. Thomas More Society.  Accepting the award was Mrs. Diane Carroll who sat at the high table with Bishop Taylor, Congressman Hill, Circuit Judge Mary Ann McGowan, Fr. Greg Luyet and Dc. Noel "Bud" Bryant.



The St. Thomas More Society of Arkansas extends its thanks to the many people who helped make it a great success.  Please mark you calendars for next year's Red Mass, which will take place on Friday, September 30, 2016 at 11:00 A.M. at the Cathedral of St. Andrew in downtown Little Rock.
 
 

Justice Wynne Inspires Prayer Breakfast Attendees

The St. Thomas More Society extends its thanks to Arkansas Supreme Court Associate Justice Robin Wynne who spoke to a crowd of early risers at the Annual Bar Association Meeting in Hot Springs, Arkansas this morning (June 11, 2015).  Justice Wynne spoke about the virtues of a lawyer.  He advised us to do three things: "Do good.  Do no harm.  Stay in love with God."

We are thankful for Justice Wynne's inspired leadership and service to our State.