What We Do

The AOH Tomás Cardinal O'Fiaich Division 14 in Watertown was established in 1894. We are an Irish Catholic organization established to preserve our Irish heritage and perpetuate our Roman Catholic faith. We are established as a charitable organization and adhere to our motto of "Friendship, Unity and Christian Charity" by giving back to community and supporting our Mother the Church. C'ead Mile Failte Romhat!

We donate, we fundraise for charity, and we have fun. On our website you can find membership information, monthly newsletters, a list of upcoming events, other AOH sites, some historical facts about the Massachusetts AOH.

Tomás O'Fiaich

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Tomás Cardinal O'Fiaich
AOH Division 14, Watertown, MA.

Contact Us

Ancient Order of Hibernians
151 Watertown Street
PO Box 11
Watertown, MA 02472-1792
P: (617) 924-9541
E: joe.mccusker@gd-ms.com

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Why Become a Hibernian?

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WHEREAS, AOH Divison 14 know as "Home of the Presidents"



National AOH Presidents: John P. (Jack) Connolly 1980 - 1982 and Jack Meehan 2006 - 2008

is also home to a vibrant and thriving Irish American community, whose members have made significant contributions to the cultural, social, and economic life of our state; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that we, the members of LAOH and AOH Divison 14, proclaim March as Irish American Heritage Month and encourage all citizens to honor and recognize the significant contributions of Irish Americans to our state and nation.