Tag Archive: #deacontomcorcoran

Deacon’s Beacon: “Lose the Bunny!”

Posted on April 11, 2023
“Lose the Bunny!” Going into stores and restaurants during the past 40+ days, I saw Easter seasonal decorations of bunnies, chicks, colored eggs, lilies, and – Oh, did I say -bunnies. People wanted to brighten their facility with seasonal signs [read more...]

Deacon’s Beacon: Living the Beatitudes

Posted on January 30, 2023
Much of the news lately has been very depressing – focusing on mass shootings, killings, acts of violence and revenge.  All of these acts show a depression, anger and paranoia that is too prevalent in our world. My article today [read more...]

Deacon’s Beacon: We Remember

Posted on November 1, 2022
We Remember The lazy, crazy days of Summer are over. Vacations, parties, and many other celebrations are behind us. For many of us we return to our more normal “routine.” But “life” and our lives continue to move. Forward, backward, [read more...]

Deacon’s Beacon: What Did We Learn This Lent?

Posted on April 26, 2022
OLW4LIFE Our 2022 Lenten Journey is completed.  On April 16 we celebrated the Easter Vigil when the Catechumen and Candidates were received into full communion with the Catholic Faith and we celebrated Jesus rising from the dead for our redemption. [read more...]

Deacons Beacon: RCIA and The 3 Scrutinies

Posted on April 5, 2022
Someone recently said that the gospel I mentioned in my article in last Sunday’s bulletin was different from the gospel they heard at Mass. They were right! If you were at the 11:30 Mass, you heard the gospel where Jesus [read more...]

Thank You St. Mark’s Volunteers

Posted on February 1, 2022
Thank you to all who volunteered and contributed to our St. Mark’s Ministries Christmas 2021 was our second year of celebrating Christmas under the Covid pandemic. While it provided obstacles for all us, it was especially hard on the St. [read more...]

Evangelization Begins in Your Home

Posted on November 30, 2021
In my November 7 article, I talked about the need for us to find God in our life by looking for “The Truth.” Today I want to talk about the need for us to help the next generation to find [read more...]