Boston will host back-to-back launches for the recently released memoir, "My American Struggle for Justice in Northern Ireland" penned by Fr. Sean McManus, founder and head of the Washington, D.C.-based Irish National Caucus.
The first of the two will take place on Wednesday, June 8 at 7 P.M. in the AOH Hall, 151 Watertown Street, Watertown, phone (617)924-9541. Former Boston mayor Ray Flynn will speak at the event.
The second launch will occur in Boston on Saturday, June 11, at noon in Four Green Fields, 1 Boston Place (201 Washington Street) phone (617)367-4747.
Fr. McManus will speak about his memoir and sign books which will on sale at each event. The book (published by Collins Press, Cork) is available on Amazon.com.
"I am delighted and honored to host this very special event, and to welcome back Fr. McManus to Boston where he was based at Mission Church from 1975-1978. For 40 years Fr. McManus has facilitated others in America and Ireland, and now it is our turn to facilitate him. We owe him a huge turnout for his book launch," State President of the Massachusetts AOH, Richard Thompson, who is hosting the Watertown event, said.
For details contact Richard Thompson at (617)755-8467, firstname.lastname@example.org or Irish National Caucus (202)544-0568, email@example.com.