The Mick Moloney and Friends concert that raises money for this mission school in North Philadelphia is set for November 1. It’s dedicated this year to the late Sister Cecile Anne Reiley, SSJ, who helped organize it, and honors her friends Eileen and Gene Troxell who are longtime supporters of the parish and school.
Delaware Valley Irish Hall of Fame President Kathy McGee Burns writes about her friend, Mary Frances Fogg–known as “Frassee”–who is a member of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade committee and tireless promoter of all things Irish in Philadelphia.
The McGroarys –brothers Raymond and Seamus, and their 17-yearold niece Leanne–make their debut together at the Irish Center On Sunday.
At a Mass at beautiful St. Anne’s Church on East Lehigh Avenue in Port Richmond Wednesday night, the Irish delegation to the World Meeting of Families got to witness brotherly love in all its glory.
For the first time since the two Delaware County schools merged six years ago, all the dancers will be under the same roof. They held the grand opening of their new studio last weekend.
Dozens of golfers joined a dozen or so Flyers players, past and present, this Wednesday to play 18 rounds to raise money for the Claddagh Fund Philadelphia, the charity founded by the Dropkick Murphy’s Ken Casey, who was also on hand.