Cardinal Dolan faucets St. Patrick’s Day Parade grand marshal


The passing of the torch on the St. Patrick’s Day Parade will take centerstage at Cardinal Timothy Dolan’s residence, when Brian O’Dwyer, the activist and immigration and civil-rights lawyer, is launched because the grand marshal for subsequent 12 months’s parade.

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O’Dwyer is the third member of his household to be grand marshal, following his father, Paul, the fiery Irish partisan, and his uncle William, the previous New York mayor.

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Each the cardinal and O’Dwyer have been robust proponents of immigration, a rebuff to the anti-immigrant sentiments emanating from the White Home.

The Dec. 5 cocktail celebration appears to be like forward to the annual parade, scheduled this 12 months for Saturday, March 16, 2019.

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The parade is moved to Saturday when St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Sunday.


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