“Friendship, Unity and Christian Charity”

Thompson Rifle AOH

We were founded in 2001 and is located in Carlisle, PA. We meet at 6:30, the fourth Wednesday of every month at Saint Patrick’s Shrine Church, Pomfret St Carlisle.

We participate in several community, charitable and faith centered projects and activities every year.

We are a Faith and Heritage based organization and our dedication to the Church and each other is unwavering. We are proud of our membership and invite you to join us as we grow in our Faith and heritage through: “Friendship, Unity and Christian Charity.”

Our aim is to support the Church, our Brothers in the organization, our community and those in need. We seek to improve the human condition of those in need, so others may not suffer as our ancestors did.

Carlisle AOH
General William Thompson, Cumberland County Division II of the AOH,
St. Patrick Shrine Church, Carlisle, PA
-August 2006
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Monday March 2nd, 2020

Ancient Order Of Hibernians local president Tom Kane, left, and recording secretary Bill Irwin, right, display one of their mayoral proclamation naming March as Irish American Heritage Month for the Borough Of Carlisle. The grave site of Brigadier General William Thompson, first Colonel of the U.S. Army, is seen in the background and is located at the Old Town Cemetery, Carlisle. Photo by Jason Malmont, Carlisle Sentinel April 2012 ... See MoreSee Less

Ancient Order Of Hibernians  local president Tom Kane, left, and recording secretary Bill Irwin,  right, display one of their mayoral proclamation naming March as Irish  American Heritage Month for the Borough Of Carlisle. The grave site of  Brigadier General William Thompson, first Colonel of the U.S. Army, is  seen in the background and is located at the Old Town Cemetery, Carlisle.  Photo by Jason Malmont, Carlisle Sentinel  April 2012

Friday February 28th, 2020

Upcoming events for Thompson Rifles AOH division, Carlisle PA:
* Sunday, March 15 - Serve coffee and donuts after 9 am Mass at Marsh Drive Church
* Tuesday, March 17 at 7 pm - Mass at Shrine Church followed by light refreshments at the Catacombs
* Saturday, March 21 at 2 pm - St. Patrick's Day parade in Harrisburg PA featuring our division Honor Guard
* Wednesday, March 25 at 6:30 pm - Monthly meeting at St. Patrick's Rectory
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Friday February 28th, 2020

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Friday February 21st, 2020

Hello Thompson Rifles AOH - Cumberland County II!

We have created a new Facebook Community Group to facilitate communication about events and keeping the website updated. If you are interested in joining our group please send us a request.

May love and laughter light your days,

and warm your heart and home.

May good and faithful friends be yours,

wherever you may roam.

May peace and plenty bless your world

with joy that long endures.

May all life's passing seasons

bring the best to you and yours!
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Hello Thompson Rifles AOH - Cumberland County II!

We have created a new Facebook Community Group to facilitate communication about events and keeping the website updated. If you are interested in joining our group please send us a request.

  May love and laughter light your days,

  and warm your heart and home.

  May good and faithful friends be yours,

  wherever you may roam.

  May peace and plenty bless your world

  with joy that long endures.

  May all lifes passing seasons

  bring the best to you and yours!