Welcome to Bergen County, NJ AOH
Father Solanus Casey Division # 32
Our group was established in River Edge, NJ. AOH State officials swore in our members during a ceremony that took place in Jersey City on June 8, 2007. Our Chapter has grown to over 70 members from all around Bergen County. We are dedicated to uniting Irish Catholic men in Friendship, Unity, and Christian Charity. We are an active organization involved in a variety of charitable and social events throughout the year.
Our Patron - Blessed Solanus Casey
Our patron is Blessed Solanus Casey, a humble priest, who dedicated his life for the poor, lonely, and suffering of the world. Fr. Solanus, who was born in Wisconsin to Irish immigrant parents, was beatified on November 18, 2017 in Detroit. His canonization will make him the first American male born saint. For more information about Blessed Solanus Casey and the cause for his canonization please visit: http://www.solanuscasey.org/
Congratulations to Our President!
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4th of July Celebration 2022
Our group co-sponsored a movie in the park and cooked food for the town of River Edge, NJ on July 4th. All proceeds will be donated to charitable causes
2022 Tank Pull
Our Group proudly participated in the 2022 Tank Pull Challenge to benefit Our Veterans. The event was held on Sunday, June 12th in Clifton, NJ and was sponsored by the Knights of Columbus of Clifton and Catholic Charities of Paterson, NJ. Our AOH Brothers from Monmouth 2 Division joined us.
Our 2022 St. Patrick's Day Parades
3/6 Rutherford, NJ 3/13 Bergenfield, NJ 3/19 Yonkers, NY
Congratulations to Our AOH Brother Terrry Byrne
Aide to the Grand Marshal 2022 Bergen County St. Patrick's Day Parade
2021 Hibernian of the Year
Congratulations to John Devine ~ Our 2021 Hibernian of the Year
In absence of a parade, our group took a stroll through River Edge, on Sunday, March 14th.
Bergen County supports a United Ireland
Bergen County joins the New Jersey State Legislature, Mercer County, Hamilton, South Brunswick, and Shamong Townships and several unions from across the state by supporting a resolution for unification of Northern Ireland with the Republic of Ireland.