About Us

Maewyn Succat, Dorchester Division 1

We are a group of Catholic men with Irish ancestry.

We promote Friendship, Unity and Christian Charity and a better understanding of the Irish heritage we so proudly have. 

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We meet on the 4th Wednesday of the month, at St. Theresa’s McManus Hall, 11001 Dorchester Rd, Summerville, SC.

6:30 social (usually pizza) – 7:00 p.m. Business Meeting

In October we sometimes meet off campus. Hall space is restricted due to Fall Festival

In November we usually meet on the 3rd Wednesday to avoid a Thanksgiving conflict.

Our December meeting is at a local Irish Pub for an Irish Toast.

For membership information, leave a message on our contact page or complete the on-linApplication for Membership

Our Primary Charity is The St. Patrick Fund, This AOH state administered fund helps support our Diocesan Seminarians and Deacons-in-training.  We have donated $2,150 to this fund.

Maewyn Succat was St Patrick’s birth name.

Related Links:

SC AOH State website

AOH National Website

St Theresa’s the Little Flower Church 

St John the Beloved Church 

Is mise i Cairdis, Aontacht, agus le Carthanacht de Críostaí True
(Yours in Friendship, Unity, and True Christian Charity)

Irish Soda Bread

 My Mother’s Soda Bread from Bere Island, County Cork Ireland
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HEAT OVEN TO 375 DEGREES  F                                                                 –
In a Large Bowl, Hand Mix                                  In a Small Bowl Mix
3 Cups FLOUR   *                                                    2 EGGS (Beaten)
1 Tablespoon BAKING POWDER                         1/3 Cup SUGAR
½ Teaspoon SALT                                                   1/4 Cup OIL
1 Cup RAISINS or CITRUS MIX                            1-1/4 Cup MILK
2 Tablespoons CARAWAY SEEDS
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ADD WET TO DRY & HAND MIX/FOLD–IT SHOULD BE VERY THICK
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SPOON INTO GREASED and floured LOAF PAN or small cast iron fry pan.
SPRINKLE SUGAR ON TOP, and cut a cross into top.
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 AFTER OVEN REACHES 375 DEGREES, BAKE FOR 50 to 60 MINUTES.
* NOTE: Do not sift the flour before measuring. Just dip the cup in.  It will be a little packed.
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