VIRTUAL BENEFIT 2020
We were pleased to celebrate our 23rd annual benefit with donors, staff, and friends virtually on Tuesday, October 20.
Help us continue to strengthen the faith network that heals and enriches the vocations of Catholic seminarians, priests, and men and women religious.
We are accepting gifts for the annual benefit through December 31, 2020.
2020 Benefit Co-Chairs
RAdm. and Mrs. James B. Hinkle
Rear Admiral Jim Hinkle, a 1968 NROTC graduate of the University of New Mexico with a master’s degree in operational analysis from the Naval Postgraduate School, retired from the Navy in 2001 after thirty-three years as a surface warfare officer. Following active duty, Jim spent nineteen years working as a consultant on defense issues. Jim’s volunteer activities include having been president of his neighborhood civic association and chairman of the board for the Vinson Hall Retirement Home Foundation. He is currently on the board for the Seton Shrine and an honorary host for the Archdiocese for the Military Services.
Meredith and Jim’s children are Jennifer Hinkle, senior director for marketing and digital strategy for the Tennessee Titans, and Lieutenant Jim Hinkle, USN, past parochial vicar of St. Theresa Catholic Church in Ashburn, VA, and currently a Navy chaplain serving aboard the USS Stennis in Norfolk, VA.
Sponsorships fund the essential services provided through Saint Luke Institute. In light of the global health crisis, they are needed now more than ever. Your support enables our commitment to the mental and spiritual health needs of seminarians, clergy, and men and women religious. We thank you for your ongoing partnership and generosity.
Recipient of the
2020 Saint Luke Award
Most Reverend Timothy Broglio, J.C.D., Archbishop for the Military Services
Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio, J.C.D., will receive the 2020 Saint Luke Award to recognize his commitment to the well-being of Catholic clergy and consecrated religious. In receiving this award, he also brings recognition to Catholic military chaplains who provide comfort, the sacraments, and guidance to the men and women serving in the military at home and abroad.
On November 19, 2007, Archbishop Broglio was named the fourth Archbishop of the Military Services USA, and installed January 25, 2008, the Feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul. The Archbishop was ordained as an Archbishop by His Holiness St. John Paul II on March 19, 2001. Born in 1951 in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, Archbishop Broglio attended Catholic schools in Cleveland, Ohio. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Classics at Boston College, an S.T.B. in Theology, and a Doctorate in Canon Law from the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome. He was ordained to the priesthood (for the diocese of Cleveland) on May 19, 1977 in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception of the North American College, Rome.
The Archbishop served as Secretary of the Apostolic Nunciature in Abidjan, Ivory Coast (1983-1987) and of the Apostolic Nunciature in Asuncion, Paraguay (1987-1990). From 1990 to 2001, Archbishop Broglio served as Chief of Cabinet to Angelo Cardinal Sodano, Secretary of State to Saint Pope John Paul II and desk officer for Central America. In February 2001, the Archbishop was named Apostolic Nuncio to the Dominican Republic and Apostolic Delegate to Puerto Rico. As a member of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), the Archbishop currently serves as Secretary of the USCCB and is a member of the Administrative Committee.
The Archbishop’s honors include Commander of the National Order of Côte d’Ivoire; Commander of the Order of the Polar Star, Sweden; Gran Cross with Silver Badge of the Order of Sánchez, Duarte and Mella, Dominican Republic; Grand Officer of the Order of Bernardo O’Higgins of Chile; Commander of the Order of Antonio Jose de Irisarri of Guatemala; Grand Cross of the Order of the Libertador San Martin of Argentina; Officer of the Orden de Mayo, Argentina; Commander of the Italian Republic; Knight Commander of the Holy Sepulchre with star; Honorary Conventual Chaplain of the Order of Malta; Grand Cross of the Order of St. Michael of the Wing; Grand Officer of the Order of Sts. Maurice and Lazarus; Knight Grand Cross of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of St. George.
The Saint Luke Award is given annually to someone whose professional life or charitable works embody the ideals of the Institute: the rebuilding of the spiritual, physical, emotional, and intellectual life of those in need.
In undertaking these tasks, the honoree is motivated by the gospel ideals of compassion, charity and a belief that all persons are brothers and sisters in Christ. The award is bestowed each year on or around the October 18 Feast of St. Luke.
Sponsor Healing in our Church Today, and Hope for Tomorrow
Your sponsorship is needed today to support Saint Luke Institute as it leads the way forward by:
- Screening candidates for the priesthood and religious life
- Educating church leadership and ministers about mental health and prevention
- Treating clergy and religious with mood and personality disorders, addiction, and trauma
- Resourcing clinicians in behavioral health
Levels of Hope
Sponsorship starts at $1,000. View Sponsor Acknowledgements
- Apostles of Love $50,000+
- Stewards of Hope $35,000-49,999
- Disciples in Faith $20,000-34,999
- Servants of Light $10,000-19,999
- Prophets of Mercy $5,000-9,999
- Congregation of Saints $2,500-4,999
- Circle of Change $1,000-2,499
Payment or Pledges
Sponsorship payments or pledges may be received by check or credit card, online or through the mail.
Sponsorships and gifts for this year’s Annual Benefit will be accepted through December 31, 2020. To sponsor healing in our church today, and hope for tomorrow:
Thank you to our sponsors
We are grateful to our donors and 2020 Annual Benefit sponsors and guests for supporting our ministry and for entrusting us with this essential mission.
Disciples in Faith
Knights of Columbus
Servants of Light
Mr. and Mrs. David S.J. Brown
Colonel Daniel and Mrs. Christine Gill
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Lindsay, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Norton
The Honorable and Mrs. Terrence O’Donnell
Prophets of Mercy
Andreas Foundation/Ms. Sandra Andreas McMurtrie
Archdiocese of Atlanta
Archdiocese of Detroit
Archdiocese of Newark
Archdiocese of Washington
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Baine
Lisa and Dan Christovich
Church of the Little Flower, Bethesda, MD
Daniels Fund/Mr. and Mrs. R. James Nicholson
Loyola Foundation/Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Altobello
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meyer
Rev. Paul A. Scaglione
Nino R. Vaghi Foundation, Inc.
Congregation of Saints
Archdiocese of Hartford
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Brophy
Mr. and Mrs. G. Patrick Clancy, Jr.
Daughters of Charity
Dyer & Associates P.C.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry K. Goetzman
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hickey
Rear Admiral and Mrs. James Hinkle
Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsay
Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity
The John and Elizabeth Lane Foundation/Mr. and Mrs. Bret Brown
The RCM&D Foundation, Inc./Mr. Albert Counselman
Waldorf Risk Solutions
Circle of Change
Archdiocese of Baltimore
Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Barrazotto
Mr. and Mrs. David Bates
Most Reverend Timothy P. Broglio, J.C.D.
Catholic Daughters of the Americas
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Chopko
Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Counselman
Dr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Dempsey, KMOb
Diocese of Arlington
Diocese of Colorado Springs
Diocese of Jefferson City
Diocese of Metuchen
Diocese of Phoenix
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Doyle
Edward and Margaret Lyons Foundation, Inc./Mrs. Margaret Lyons
Ms. Marietta Ethier
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Johnson, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lucey
Dr. and Mrs. Richard D. Milone
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O’Hara
The Honorable and Mrs. Anthony C.E. Quainton
Mr. and Mrs. Philip P. Rossetti
Rev. Msgr. Stephen J. Rossetti, Ph.D., D.Min.
Deacon and Mrs. Mark Rougeux
St. Anselm’s Abbey