St. Brigid Degree Team

The Significance of the Degrees of Our Order

The Degrees are a magnificent dramatic, colorful and informative exemplification of the motto of the ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians in song and story.  Drawing upon the past history of our Motherland and the contributions made to the adopted homeland of our ancestors, the United States of America, the Degrees focus on our motto Friendship, Unity and Christian Charity, and its meaning in modern times.  The Degrees are a symbolic presentation utilizing references from our Celtic past so that the members will easily understand and long remember who we are and the good work done by the Order.

The overall tone of the Degrees and their conclusion encourage the candidates to emulate the time and talent of their sisters, those present and those gone before, to maintain the high standing of the Order and continue its good works for faith and motherland.  The Degrees also emphasize that although we recognize that we hold a special place in promoting our faith, hostory, language, dance, songs and stories, we are not just another Irish-American club.  We sisters are the keepers of the culture, faith and traditions that have been handed down to us to protect.  This is a responsibility we take quite seriously

In order to be a full member of the Ladies AOH, a member must take her Degree.

Past State President, Degree Member, Betty Littlejohn received Life Membership award

Officers

Director – Julie Lewis

Guardian – Mary Ochab

Treasurer – Helen Gallagher

Recording Secretary – Pam Tunis

Our Lady of Limerick is hosting a LUCK OF THE IRISH CASINO BUS TRIP Fundraiser. The bus will leave St. Mary’s Queen of Angel in Swartz Cree April 2, 2019 at 10:00 am for Firekeepers. The bus will return by 5:00 pm. Cost for the trip is $40.00 person which includes $20.00 in gaming and […]

The 52nd annual Court of St. Brigid Scholarship Program, sponsored by the Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians, Rose Kennedy Division, will be held Saturday, February 16, 2019, at the AOH Hall, 25300 Five Mile Road, Redford, 48239.Educational Scholarships will be awarded to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners. Eligible for the program are young […]

       IRISH Heritage Day Presented by the Rose Kennedy Division of the LAOH Sunday, March 3, 2019 AOH Hall  /  25300 Five Mile Rd Redford, MI 48239 Save the Date:  Sunday, March 3, 2019.       * Mass at Noon Ladies & Men of the LAOH & AOH- Please join the Rose Kennedy Division in celebrating our […]

Barb Weir, Stacey Blair, Mary Marx, Maureen Lesandak and Patty Martin in front of the the LOAH display.  The display was a way of introducing our Order to women who attend the Radiant Light event.

We are collecting donations for the Pope Francis Warming Center where our LAOH State Chaplin, Fr. Tim McCabe is the executive Director.  A list of items that are needed is attached and cash donations are always accepted. Pope Francis Center Wish List

Rose Kennedy Division
Ethel Kennedy Division
Catherine McAuley Division
Trinity Division