The Irish Apostolate USA is the response of the Irish and American Catholic Bishops to the needs of Irish immigrants in the United States – the needs of the whole human person. It is the Christian imperative of caring for those who move far from the ancestral home, and welcoming the stranger as one would welcome Christ, once an exile himself.Read More
Currently the membership in the Irish Apostolate USA consists of 8 immigration and outreach centers. There are Irish Immigration Pastoral Centers in Boston, Chicago, New York, and San Francisco and Irish Outreach Centers in Milwaukee, Baltimore and Ocean City, Maryland, San Diego, and Seattle.Read More
The Episcopal Conferences of Ireland and the United States work together in responding to the spiritual and pastoral care needs of Irish immigrants living in the United States. The Irish Apostolate USA and the Irish Immigration Pastoral Centers play a unique role in the life of Irish immigrants by their ability to respond to their spiritual and pastoral needs within a cultural framework.Read More
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The Irish Apostolate USA is the response of the Irish and American Catholic Bishops to the needs of Irish immigrants in the United States – the needs of the whole human person.
The services offered at the centers bring together the goodwill and talents of many, lay and religious, some Irish, Irish Americans and Americans of varying ethnic backgrounds.
While responding to the needs of Irish immigrants in the United States, the Irish Apostolate USA recognized the difficult situation many immigrants faced due to their undocumented status.
Fr. Dan Finn (IPC Boston), Fr. Brendan McBride (IIPC-SF), Fr. John Madigan (SIISG-Seattle), Fr. Nick Clavin (IO San Diego)