The St. Thomas More Guild of Western New York recognized Canisius President John J. Hurley on Tuesday, May 7 during its annual luncheon at the Buffalo Convention Center. President Hurley received the St. Thomas More Award for his outstanding contributions as a Catholic lawyer. The luncheon also has a speaker and John was asked to offer his remarks on the Movement to Restore Trust.

Hurley’s full remarks can be found here »

The St. Thomas More Guild is an association of Catholic lawyers officially recognized by the Diocese of Buffalo. The organization supports lawyers in applying their faith to the challenges of professional and personal life.

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