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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

From Judge to Priest: A story made for MOJ

A friend passed on this piece , about former judge and now Fr. Tim Corcoran.  A really nice read:

. . . He's had a colorful adult life. A stint in the Navy that included combat duty in Vietnam at the same time his career-Marine father served. And his distinguished legal career included a law practice, a 14-year judgeship on the federal bench for the Middle District of Florida and service as a certified mediator.

At age 62, with retirement within his grasp, and the chance to golf and sail and play bridge to his heart's content, he did something most men of a certain age would never consider.

He entered the seminary to become a priest. . . .


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