Bound by the brotherhood of a Christian Brothers' education, Catholic Memorial’s alumni network thrives under a common mission: Vince in Bono Malum. Overcome evil with good. United together across the world, alumni live the work of Blessed Edmund Rice every day. They use their collective cultural, ethnic, and religious affiliations to serve the minds and hearts of children eager to learn in an ever-changing world.
Upon graduating, a CM alumnus leaves Baker Street with a call to serve in their hearts. Each alumnus responds to this call in their own profound way. Some share their time and expertise with CM as members of the Board of Directors, leaders of their classes, mentors, and as ambassadors to prospective students and their families.
Every alumnus, however, recognizes the need to support our next generation of Knights. They see a need to protect Edmund Rice’s mission and choose to support CM through their generous gifts to the Annual Fund, an unrestricted annual giving program vital to current operations. Contributions to campaigns that increase CM's endowment, improve the physical plant, and establish new educational initiatives keep our mission on Baker Street alive and well.
Become a Class Agent!
As an alumnus, you are uniquely positioned to connect withclassmates through shared memories and experiences. Your authenticity makes your outreach stronger and helps keepclassmates invested in our success.
Since he walked up the stairs of Donahue Hall as a freshman in 1964, Mr. Thomas Beatty '68 has lived and breathed Catholic Memorial. His outstanding commitment has defined the present and future experience of a CM education.
Catholic Memorial, the Christian Brothers School of Boston, prepares boys for college, manhood and a world full of unknown challenges, ambiguity and complex problems and the importance of relationships.