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Hudson County Board, Ancient Order of Hibernian’s

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The Ancient Order of Hibernians is an Irish Catholic fraternal organisation

Ancient Order of Hibernians aoh.com The Ancient Order of Hibernians is an Irish Catholic fraternal organisation. Members must be Catholic and either born in Ireland or of Irish descent. Its largest membership is now in the United States, where it was founded in New York City in 1836. Wikipedia Motto: Friendship, Unity and Christian Charity Founded: May 4,… Read More »

NJAOH State Convention in Middletown NJ May 19 – 20, 2017

NJAOH State Convention in Middletown NJ May 19 – 20, 2017

General Membership Monthly Meeting

General Membership Monthly Meeting September 5th @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm Event Navigation « AOH General Membership Monthly Meeting September 5th 730pm The Astor Bar Jersey City NJ September 5 2017 730pm General Membership Monthly Meeting The Astor Bar Address: 725 Montgomery St, Jersey City, NJ 07306 Phone: (201) 333-9595

Major Degree Ceremony Saturday April 22, 2017

The Ancient Order of Hibernians, Brian Boru Division 14, Old Bridge, Middlesex County, NJ with the approval of the New Jersey State Board in association with the Saint Columbkill Knights Major Degree Team invite you to the upcoming Major Degree Ceremony Saturday April 22, 2007 Knights of Columbus Hall St. Thomas the Apostle #4815 16… Read More »

The Sullivan Brothers

Irish American Heritage Month: The Fighting Sullivan Brothers MARCH 20, 2017 BY NEIL COSGROVE DID YOU KNOW that in the annals of America’s heroes, there is scarcely a brighter entry than that of the fighting Sullivan brothers?  Born in Waterloo, Iowa to Railroad conductor Tom Sullivan and his wife Alleta, George, Francis, Albert, Joseph, and… Read More »

St Patricks Day March 17th NYC -69th Regiment Armory Update

From: John Hallanan <colberta@ix.netcom.com> To: ‘Jim Feeney’ <jfeeneynj@aol.com> Sent: Wed, Feb 15, 2017 2:19 pm Subject: NYC Parade Greetings,   Due to lead found in the rifle range and boiler room of the 69th Regiment armory on 26th and Lexington in NYC, no civilians will be allowed to enter the armory when the unit returns… Read More »

Day at The Races July 1st 2017 Monmouth Racetrack

Details to follow- set the date in your calendar Day at the Races 2014 A Success! Beautiful weather met us at the race track for the Division’s Annual Day at the Races on June 21.  With one of the best attendance records at the event, the Division managed to raise money, and have a great… Read More »

Remembering Fr. Mychal Judge

On Saturday, September 6, members of the Division travelled to Totowa, NJ, to the gravesite of Fr. Mychal Judge.  Fr. Judge was the FDNY Chaplain, the first confirmed death at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.  Fr. Vic Kennedy, Division Chaplain led us in prayers as we paid homage to our Division namesake.… Read More »

2014 Jersey City Irish Festival!

September 27, 2014 at Exchange Place, will be the annual Jersey City Irish Festival!  Music, booths, good food, beer, friends…  come down and see us!

FOOTER CONTENT

American by Birth. Irish by the Grace of God Contact us by email! Recording Secretary: jfeeneynj@aol.com Contact us by snail mail: Jim Feeney 435 Van Houten Ave Unit 105 Passaic NJ 07055  

Irish Marriage Blessing

May God be with you and bless you. May you see your children’s children. May you be poor in misfortunes and rich in blessings. May you know nothing but happiness from this day forward.

A Blessing for Fair Day

God be with them now, and bring them home with their fair share of stock or money.

The Division Donates at Brendan Marracco Fundraiser

On Saturday, October 19, 2013, members of the Division went to Kearny, NJ, for a fundraiser for the Brendan Marrocco Road to Recovery Trust at the Scots- American Club.  The Division presented a check for $1,000 to Brendan’s trust. About Brendan On January 15, 2008 Brendan entered service in the United States Army and was assigned… Read More »

2013 Jersey City Irish Festival

Irish eyes were smiling Saturday, and so were everybody else’s, as thousands attended the Jersey City Irish Festival, which took over Exchange Place on the city’s waterfront. There were bagpipers, step dancers, plenty of T-shirt and food vendors, rock bands and flowing beer — and a heartwarming story of love. Newark resident Owen Riley, 21,… Read More »

Division 1 AOH Brothers Help Their Own After SuperStorm Sandy