Monthly Archives: March 2017


Óró sé do bheatha abhaile This traditional Irish song was associated with the Jacobite cause, referring to Bonnie Prince Charlie and dating to the third Jacobite rising of 1745.  During the early twentieth century, Padraig Pearse, (poet and rebel leader … Continue reading

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April Events

April 4 @ Noon Book Club at Trinity Hall, featuring “The Girl Who Came Home” by Hazel Gaynor April 8 — 12:15 – 5:30 Watch the GAA Games — Fionn MacCumhail vs. Austin Celtic Cowboys.   Bring a picnic lunch, or … Continue reading

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St Patrick’s Day

Mass was celebrated by Bishop Burns at Cathedral Shrine of Virgin of  Guadalupe at noon on St. Patrick’s Day.  After Mass, a luncheon was served by the IAS, and musical entertainment provided by the Ed Macke family. Celebrations continued throughout … Continue reading

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St. Patrick’s 2017 Parade

This gallery contains 29 photos.

The IAS and GAA teamed up to present a good showing at the St. Patrick’s Parade on March 11.  Here are some photos of the parade and merriment that followed.    

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I AM OF IRISH AMERICA by Mary Holt Moore I am a child of immigrants. I am of a people who for over 800 years have bent a knee to no king but the King of Heaven and bowed a … Continue reading

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