Four Chefs Dinner and Auction
2023 Date to be Announced
All proceeds benefit Marquette's Seminarian Fund and Marquette's Charitable programs.
Join us in this wonderful Marquette tradition of assisting young men on their journey to the priesthood.
Solidarity and support of religious vocations is a knightly trait and a blessing of the Catholic Church.
We support Seminarians!
Proceeds go directly a local seminarian in the New Orleans Archdiocese.
Delicious Dinner and Fun Auction
A fabulous four-course dinner prepared by Marquette's finest chefs.
Following dinner, a live auction is held.
Guests are encouraged to bring a fun (new or used) item to donate to the auction, such as a nice garage-sale worthy item sitting in the back of your closet.
Our auctions are fun and entertaining.
Price, Details, and Reservations
At Marquette Hall, 314 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Doors open at 6 pm.
Cocktails from 6-7:00 pm.
Dinner served at 7:00 pm.
$30 per person. (Includes open bar and dinner)
$50 per person (includes wine pairing with each meal)
Cocktail attire is required. No jeans. No Shorts. No tee shirts
Seating is limited to 50 attendees. You must RSVP. Contact Tony Grego at email@example.com
Can't attend? Donate to our Seminarian Fund
For over 30 years, the Seminarian Fund has been Marquette's way of saying "thank you" to Catholic men who aspire to serve the Church. Join us in this wonderful Marquette tradition of assisting young men on their journey to the priesthood. Solidarity and support of religious vocations is a knightly trait and a blessing of the Catholic Church.
Donate Online: Your online donation via credit card is easily, safely and securely processed through PayPal. You do not need a PayPal account to use this service. You can donate by clicking here.
Donate by Mail: You can mail your cash donations to: Marquette Council, 314 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70130.
Donate in Person: You make a donation at any meeting.
Make your check payable to “Marquette Council #1437." Please indicate Seminary Fund on the check.
100% of your donation goes directly a local seminarian in the New Orleans Archdiocese.