The AOH Division 11 sponsored Hampton Bays SPD parade will be held on Saturday, March 23rd,starting at 11:00 a.m. Parking at the Atrium on Montauk Hwy and Rt. 24 in Hampton Bays with shuttle service to the starting point for parade participants.
The 2013 Mid-Hudson St. Patrick’s Parade in Goshen, NY this year is honoring the Late Chaplin of our Division, Reverend John Colman Logan O. Carm. He was an active member in Division 4, Ancient Order of Hibernians – Fr. Emmanuel Hourihan, Orange County, Middletown, NY.
He passed away on January 2 and his sister, Bridget Logan Wilson, and fellow Carmelite priests will stand in for him as Grand Marshal as we all honor his life of caring and giving to his fellow man. Fr. Jack was much honored to be nominated as the 2013 Grand Marshal and so very proud of his Irish Heritage.
Sunday, March 10, 2013 The Mid-Hudson St. Patrick’s Parade in Goshen New York, Orange County
9:00 am – Mass at The National Shrine of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, 70 Carmelite Drive, Middletown, NY 10940,
10:30 am – Grand Marshal’s Brunch, Kuhl’s Highland House, 12 Highland Avenue, Middletown, N.Y.
Following the Mass
1:00 pm – Parade line up at Orange County Government Center parking lot
2:00 pm Parade step off
Aids are from;
Joseph Duelk Jr. AOH Division 1 – Tom McCarthy
Father Donald Whalen AOH Division 2 – Ray Fitzgerald
Fr. Emmanuel Hourihan AOH Division 4 – Ron Heppes
St. Therese LAOH Division 4 -Linda Kelly
Mary of the Gael LAOH Division 5 – Gail Edmonds
The President (Brother Kevin Cummings) and officers of the AOH Orange County Board will lead the Divisions of Orange County in the parade.
A Special Night of Song and Story
hosted by The Quiet Man Public House & AOH Division 18 Peekskill
Tuesday March 12 6pm Band @ 7pm
Concert & Buffet $30
The Return of Ireland’s Number 1 Rebel Band
A Night Of Lively Irish Music you will not forget!
New York State Board
Ancient Order Of Hibernians
Freedom For All Ireland Committee
Fundraiser to Support for Irish Groups Dedicated to Peace with Justice
Dan Dennehy- Chairman of New York AOH FFAI Committee
Tickets & Information (914)588-2710 email@example.com
Members of the AOH attended a memorial Conference and Mass to mark the 10th anniversary of the death of Cardinal John O’Connor in Saint Patrick’s Cathedral on Monday May 3, 2010. Cardinal O’Connor was a proud Hibernian, a member of Division 9, NY County, recipient of the John F.Kennedy Memorial Medal from the AOH National Board; and the 1996 Grand Marshal for the NYC Saint Patrick’s Day Parade.
After the conference and prior to the Mass Martin Beirne, President of the Francis P. Beirne Division 9, NY County AOH presented a check for $10,000 to Monsignor Donald Sakano, Pastor of the Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral and to Archbishop Timothy Dolan. Division 9 has pledged $30,000 as part of the Cathedral’s 200th Anniversary Capital Campaign; to cover the costs of installing transparent doors into the burial crypt under St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral. The Division is proud to help with the restoration and improvements at St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral, which the AOH were called on by Archbishop John “Dagger” Hughes to defend by force during the 1830 and 1840’s. The AOH defended the church grounds and prevented the “Know Nothings” from destroying St. Patrick’s old Cathedral. A reenactment of the defense of the Old Cathedral was made on Sunday June 7, 2009 after a Mass and Parade to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the laying of the Cornerstone for St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral. Archbishop Timothy Dolan announced at the St. Patrick’s Day Mass in the New Cathedral that St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral was granted Basilica status by the Holy Father.
Monsignor Donald Sakano, who in addition to his duties as pastor of the Old Cathedral also serves as chaplain to the New York County AOH Board, said “I am both grateful for the practical support shown by Division 9 of the New York County AOH, and moved that its membership is still standing “shoulder to shoulder” in defense of the Old Cathedral, as their forebears did long ago. The gift of the members, which is the first donation tied to a specific 200th Anniversary Campaign project, will enable visitors to the Old Cathedral to see through transparent doors, emplaced in the Mott Street courtyard of the Old Cathedral, into our one of our most notable features, our historic crypt, which contains the remains of many prominent New Yorkers, as well as many of the pioneering priests of the Archdiocese going back to the early 19th century. As we undertake a number of restoration projects in connection with the 200th anniversary of the Old Cathedral, this generous gift is deeply appreciated.”
Plans are now under way for the 175th Anniversary of the AOH in America and many of the events, including masses and tours of the Old Cathedral, are currently being planned for the Fall of 2011.