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2021 New York City
St. Patrick’s Day Parade

The 2021 New York City Saint Patrick’s Day Parade will be celebrated on Wednesday, March 17, 2021. The Parade is the oldest and largest parade in the world and has marched on the streets of New York City every year since 1762, fourteen years before the Declaration of Independence that established the United States of America. This year will mark the 260th St Patrick’s Day parade in New York City.

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Honoring First Responders

Time: TBA

Join us for a Livestream event from New York City to honor the First Responders and Essential Workers listed below and pay tribute to all First Responders and Essential Workers across the world on St Patrick’s Day.

James T. Callahan – General President, I.U.O.E. & Parade Grand Marshal 
Bishop Edmund J. Whalen – Archdiocese of New York – Vicar for Clergy
John Farrington – NYC MTA Bus Operator & Past TWU Rep.
Christine J. Flaherty – NYC Health + Hospitals Corporation, SVP
Edward Grayson – Commissioner, N.Y.C. Dept. of Sanitation
Kate B. O’Neill MSN RN – Northwell Health – Emergency Medicine
Thomas J. Ryan – Sergeant, Port Authority Police
Dr. Thomas G. McGinn – Parade Medical Advisor & EVP CommonSpirit Health
Clive J. Anderson – Pelham Funeral Home, Proprietor
Dr. Brian P. McKenna -Northwell Health – Physician Partner & VP
Josef M. Daggett (Joe) – Emerald Guild Resident Managers
Sean Kennedy – Catholic Faith Network, Executive Producer
Col. James P. Tierney – “The Fighting 69th”/ National Guard
Kevin Barry – Home Healthcare Workers, IUJAT – Business Agent
Megan O’Malley – Deputy Inspector, N.Y.P.D.
Edward P. Boles – Battalion Chief, F.D.N.Y.
Patricia M. Farrell MSN RN NEC – Northwell Health Nursing Executive
Robert F. Ellis – Captain, N.Y.C. Dept. of Correction
Edward M. Moloney – Sergeant, New York State Courts
John T. Conroy – Director of Security 9/11 Memorial & Museum

Please check back for updates and a link to the event.

Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral

Time: 8:30 am EST

Live broadcast of St Patrick’s Day mass from St. Patrick’s Cathedral. 
Also broadcasting on
Catholic Faith Network broadcasts on channel Altice USA
Optimum: Channel 29 (Long Island) 37 (Other areas)
Verizon FiOS: Channel 296
Charter Spectrum: Channel 162 or 471

Virtual Parade

(composite of past parade marching groups)

Time: 10:00am EST

Please check back for updates and a link to the event.

One hour-long show streamed on Facebook

Time: 11:00 am EST

One hour-long show streamed on Facebook, produced by world-renowned TV producer Mike Mathis. The show will include greetings from Irish and U.S. political and community leaders, entertainment by Andy Cooney and Moya Brennan along with greetings from members of the armed services serving abroad, to name but a few. 

Please check back for updates and a link to the event.

Special TV broadcast

Time: 5:00 pm EST

Special TV broadcast produced in conjunction with the Catholic Faith Network containing interviews with Parade leaders, Timothy Cardinal Dolan, and the 2021 Parade honorees “First Responder and Essential Worker”.
Tune into Altice USA – Optimum – Channel 29 (Long Island) 37 (Other areas)
Verizon FiOS – Channel 296
Charter Spectrum – Channel 162 or 471

NBC – St. Patrick’s Day: A Celebration For All

Time: 7:00 pm EST

Watch on WNBC New York Channel 4

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