The Mid-Hudson St. Patrick’s Parade

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.

Orange County Feast of Our Lady of Knock

Please join us as we celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Knock

 

Date:               Sunday, August 19, 2012

Time:               9:00 am Holy Mass

Where:          Main Chapel, The National Shrine of Our   Lady of Mt. Carmel, 70 Carmelite Drive, Middletown, NY 10940

Hosted by:      Orange County AOH, LAOH Division 4 & LAOH Division 5

Price:             Adults $15.00/Children 6-12 $7.00

                     Children 5 and under are free

 

All proceeds to benefit The Shrine, Orange County AOH Sail Fund, & Project St. Patrick

 

Full Irish Breakfast immediately following the Procession