Corcoran, James

Corcoran, James (Andrew)

(1820–89) Catholic theologian, editor; born in Charleston, S.C. A prominent theologian at church councils, he coedited (1846–61) the United States Catholic Miscellany and (from 1876) edited the American Catholic Quarterly Review. He was also a pastor in the 1860s in Wilmington, N.C., where he went to assist during a yellow fever epidemic. He was named a monsignor in 1883.
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Chris Thompson, Callum Banks, Sean McGreevy and Chris Gillin struck for Davenhill Devils as they kept out Holy Rosary Hornets 4-0 while Pat Corcoran, James Hennessy and Ethan Delaney netted for Holy Rosary Hurricanes in their 3-0 win over Northfield Blacks.
Susan Bullman, Daniel Corcoran, James O'Leary, Deirdre Byrne, Brigid Lucey, and Roy.
Davy Corcoran, James Woodrow, Gus Brindle and Colin Hart took the team section for the host club, ahead of the Monklands A line-up of champion Craig, Ian Whitson, Darin Ferguson and Steven McCaveny.
Gilfach Goch pounded Treorchy with a 32-9 win in which scrum half Ian Davies scored a try, three conversions and two penalties and Merthyr won 29-20 at Ystrad Rhondda scoring tries by Matthew Rees, Phil Corcoran, James Howe and Gareth Williams against three Ystrad tries for the losers to remain at the bottom of the table.
Winning team: Paul Mourton, Ian Eggleton, Richard Knightley, Alistair Clarke; Bill Wareing, Martyn Thomas, Clayton Noble, Rod Bird; Andrew Dickens, Sue James, Paul Farmer, Andy Smith; Chris Lea, Ian Lovett, Richard Ollis, Tony Gilroy; Mike Adams, Simon Allen, Martin Green, Jon Wainwright; Phil Challinor, Kevin Corcoran, James Martindale, Graham Lucas; Murray Jones, David Holt, Phil Noott, Eddie Morse
New Dealers came to the capital to do good, but in the forties men like Tommy Corcoran, James Rowe, and Abe Fortas--men once driven by idealism to defeat the Depression and Hitler--left government to go into private practice.