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The Lisieux Legacy Society

The Lisieux Legacy Society recognizes those who have made a planned gift to FOCUS, typically by including FOCUS as a beneficiary in their will, trust or estate plans. Named after the village where St. Thérèse of Lisieux lived as a Carmelite nun, the Lisieux Legacy Society is inspired by Thérèse’s parents: St. Louis Martin and St. Marie-Azélie (Zélie) Guérin Martin, who gave everything they had to God—their time, talents and even their children, who all entered religious life. The Lisieux Legacy Society is made up of people who, like Sts. Louis and Zélie Martin, give generously to God out of their love for Him and the desire to win souls for Christ.

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Our Legacy Society members:

The Kaisersatt's Story

John and Barbara Kaisersatt first learned of FOCUS in its early years and have been supporters ever since. They knew from the start: “This is what our Church needs.”
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The Breitbach's Story

J. Paul Breitbach and his wife, Frances, first encountered FOCUS in 2007 and have been supporting FOCUS missionaries since 2009. Currently, Paul and Frances live in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
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The Impact of Your Giving

$2,500

could train a new FOCUS missionary to spread the good news.

Your gift could launch a new FOCUS missionary who is specially trained to meet students where they are: in the dorms, on the field, at the student union and in every corner of campus. 

$30,000

Create a lasting legacy

This gift would create a lasting legacy of investing deeply in students’ lives, building them up in the knowledge and practice of the Catholic faith and sharing the joy of the Gospel with them.

$250

as a monthly donation could sustain our mission.

Ongoing benefactors at this level could provide critical resources for campus missionaries, life-changing mission trips, events that give students a chance to encounter Christ, and more.