Embracing Our Heritage Program

The “Embracing Our Heritage Program” aims to promote Irish heritage and identity in the United States.

Remembering Bloody Sunday

50 Years Ago

The Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians is proud to present “Remembering Bloody Sunday 50 Years Ago” with guest speaker Matt Morrison, who was present on that terrible day.

Bloody Sunday is remembered as a tragic day in the history of Ireland. On January 30, 1972, a peaceful Civil Rights March was being held in Derry organized by the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association.

The “Remembering Bloody Sunday” webinar with Matt Morrison will take place, Saturday, January 15 at 11:00 am EST. Click here to register in advance for this free event.

British Soldiers from the 1st Battalion Parachute Regiment shot unarmed civilians and 14 individuals died that day. These victims and their families have never received justice.

Matt Morrison, originally from Derry and now living in St Louis, Missouri, was there that fateful day and will share his memories from that time.

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Our Webinars 

 Irish Music and Feis Musician

On Saturday, February 19 at 11:00 am EST, a webinar on Irish Music and the Feis Musician will be presented by Fr. Ryan Duns. Register in advance for this webinar here.


Irish in Colorado

During Irish Heritage Month in March, a lecture on the Irish in Colorado and a concert featuring a young Irish American singer from Florida will be held.

Reach Us

Please contact Marilyn Madigan with any questions regarding the Embracing Our Heritage Program.

Emigrant Support Programme 

Select “Emigrant Support Programme” above to be redirect to their website. The Emigrant Support Programme is a tangible expression of the Government’s support of, commitment to, and interest in the global Irish community. It aims to strengthen the international Irish community and its bond with Ireland. 

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