TICKETS & SPONSORSHIP

BROTHER ARNOLD STEWART – FRANK & LOIS NOONAN CELEBRATION

Please join us as we gather to honor the contributions of

Brother Arnold Stewart

Frank & Lois Noonan

to the work begun by St. John Baptist de La Salle in France more than 340 years ago
and their generosity of spirit and commitment to education
that has given generations of students the opportunity to reach
their God-given potential and serve the Gospel throughout the world.

TICKETS & SPONSORSHIP

Can’t attend but would like to make a gift? Click here!


If you would like to make a donation by mail:
Lasallian Christian Brothers Foundation, Attn: Holly Clark
P.O. Box 3720, Napa, CA 94558
Include names of guests for seating at the luncheon

Sunday, June 12, 2022 

Saint Mary’s College

380 Moraga Road, Moraga, CA 94556 

1:00 p.m. Mass
Celebrant, Bishop Tom Daly
The Chapel of Saint Mary’s College

2:30 p.m. Lunch
Soda Center

$100 per person


If you’d like to help honor and celebrate Brother Arnold and the Noonans, sponsorships for this celebration are available, please contact Holly Clark or call (707) 252-3799 

Please RSVP by June 3, 2022  

Brother Arnold Stewart, FSC, is currently in his 74th year of commitment as a Christian Brother, having served as a teacher, administrator, Director of several Brothers’ communities, and Vice-President of Mont La Salle Vineyards. For this celebration, we are especially honoring his many years of devoted service to students of Sacred Heart (Cathedral) San Francisco and Saint Mary’s College Moraga. Brother Arnold’s past and present direct involvement in the lives of his students has been the hallmark of his Lasallian commitment.

Frank and Lois Noonan are celebrating the 64th anniversary of their marriage commitment and we are honoring their years of devotion to their children, grandchildren and countless students whose Catholic education they have made possible. At Sacred Heart (Cathedral)–San Francisco, Marin Catholic–Kentfield, Saint Mary’s College, University of San Francisco, and Dominican University, the Noonans have shared their involvement and resources to be directly connected to the education that shaped their own beliefs and made available to many the life of the gospel they themselves have lived so well.