The Brian Boru Division 14 was started in May of 2015 to help promote and cultivate Irish Heritage and Culture in Middlesex County as well as living the motto of the order, “Friendship, Unity, and Christian Charity”. We pride ourselves on the philanthropy we established within the Catholic Church and our community by fundraising for various charities; including Project St. Patrick, Support of Catholic Schools, and Autism Awareness.

The Division meets on the First Thursday of every month at 7:00 PM. The meetings are held at VFW Post 133 in East Brunswick, NJ.

For more information, please email us at


We will Celebrate the Holy Mass at Corpus Christi RC Church as a Division at the 9:30 AM Mass on the last Sunday of the month.  Please arrive by 9:00 AM to say the Holy Rosary as a Division in the Church.  Also, if you have a Division polo shirt, please wear it. If you need one, email

We will have coffee and donuts downstairs after Mass.

Join Our Division

We are always looking for those who are Catholic and of Irish Descent who want to help preserve and promote their Catholic faith and Irish Heritage. If you want to join, please CLICK HERE to bring you to our Membership page to fill out an membership application. Once filled out, someone from our Division will contact you. 

Irish-American Heritage Month

The NJ Legislature passed a bipartisan Joint Resolution (AJR 63) designating the month of March as Irish-American Heritage Month in New Jersey. The Resolution was signed into law by Governor Murphy on September 15, 2022.

Among other things, the Resolution recognizes Irish emigration to the United States in the 19th century and how Irish immigrants who joined the Union Army helped preserve the Union during the Civil War. The Resolution also celebrates the contributions of generations of Irish-Americans to the cultural and economic growth of the nation and the State of NJ through their hard work.

The AOH has promoted the expansion of Irish-American Heritage Month throughout the country. Much thanks to National Vice President Sean Pender who worked with one of the Resolution sponsors (Assemblyman Wayne DeAngelo) to make this happen in NJ.

Click Here for the Resolution