About the Cahill Club

Founded in 1897 and chartered in 1898, the Cahill Club was founded by Monsignor Nevin F. Fisher. The club was named in honor of Thomas E. Cahill and at it's time and still is open to anyone who attended the school. When the club was founded, its leadership hosted a lively calendar of events consisting of dances, banquets, athletic events, recitations, and theatrical productions.

Today, the Cahill Club continues to exist as a segmented fraternal organization of The Roman Catholic High School of Philadelphia and exists in parallel with the school’s Alumni Association. The Club hosts networking events, happy hours, and the annual Cahill Club Founder’s Day Dinner. The goal of the Cahill Club in today’s world is to honor its storied past while building camaraderie and connections between our Roman brothers. 

Cahill Club Membership


$20 (Membership Fee)
Become a member of the Cahill Club today! By becoming a member, you will gain access to our future events and networking opportunities. It is not required to become a member to attend the Cahill Club dinner.


Cahill Club Member Information Form

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