Lest We Forget: the Forgotten Irish American Soldiers of the Forgotten War
Korea is often unjustly to those who served the "Forgotten War". An even greater injustice is to be a forgotten soldier of the forgotten war. Such was the case of 28 Irish American soldiers who made the supreme sacrifice for their adopted country
Hurrican Sandy: Hibernians respond in Freindship, Unity and Christian Charity.
In the wake of the tragedy of Hurricane Sandy the members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians have been answering the call in the spirit of their motto "Friendship, Unity and Christian Charity". Already several Bus and Truck loads of supplies have been sent to those in need and collections still continue and donationsand volunteers are still needed.
News & Announcements
Our next meeting will be held on Friday, May 31st at 8m. Congratulations and many thanks to all those who worked so hard to make our Mass and Communion Breakfast such a success, especially the scholarship committee, chairmen Neil...Read more of this article
The Good Friday Agreement ranks among the most significant peace accords in history. This May will mark the 15th anniversary of this historic peace effort. The event will reflect on the importance of this agreement and the impact...Read more of this article
The Irish Famine of 1845-1852 (also known as the Great Hunger or An Gorta Mór) is one of the most catastrophic famines in modern history. It is estimated that over one million people died, two and half million emigrated within...Read more of this article
In the wake of the tragedy of Hurricane Sandy the members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians have been answering the call in the spirit of their motto “Friendship, Unity and Christian...Read more of this article