Since Finbarr M Corr came from Ireland to the US in 1960 as a 鳳ionary಩est, he has led a very full life. His ministry included working with inner-city youth and the adults of Northern New Jersey as well as counseling engaged and married couples. From his early years in Paterson, NJ, he was not just tolerant of other cultures and religions, but built bridges of communication and trust among people so that together they could work together for a better world.

After 28 joy-filled years as a Catholic priest, Finbarr resigned the priesthood to marry Laurie Hutton. He continued his ministry as marriage and family therapist, professor and writer. An active Rotarian, he now fosters dialogue between Muslims, Jews and Christians as a step towards world peace and understanding.

Finbarrୡny readers enjoy his Irish wit, the insights into relationships that he offers, and the way in which he encourages all not to be inhibited by life௢stacles but to the cross the bridge to a more fulfilling life.

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Wired on NECN, Part II

JULY 26, 2007: Finbarr Corr's television appearance on NECN's Wired where he discusses Bridges From Legaginney, his other books and fields questions from callers.

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A Kid from Legaginney

"A Kid from Legaginney" has won much acclaim from the critics. Frank McCourt, the author of Angela's Ashes describes it as "warm and leavened with the gentle breezes of kindness, humour and compassion".

He goes on: "We don't often get the inside story of a priest's...
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Living, Laughing and Loving Thru Marriage

Unfortunately, too many couples get married without the proper preparation. They mistakenly feel that the romantic love of courtship lasts forever. Many overlook, or deny seeing the faults in their prospective spouse and just go along and have the wedding because the date was set.

This according to Dr Corr is the primary reason why the divorce rate ...
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The Many Loves of Joe Carroll

a memoir as told to Finbarr Corr

"All of us, at one time or another have read the memoirs of famous people like presidents or great states people. Joe Carroll does not describe himself in his memoirs as a famous person nor would I, on the other hand, describe him as an "ordinary Joe."
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Bridges From Legaginney

Bridges from Legaginney is the story of a powerful life change by a priest from an irish catholic family of generations of priests. Finbarr Corr shares the challenge and emotion of his transition from pastoral leader of a vibrant parish community of 1800 families to a married lay professional, forced to start a new career alone…
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Broken Promises - Whatever Happened to Vatican Council II?

Irish story-telling author Finbarr Corr records the unexpected news that the aging Pope John XXIII had initiated Vatican Council II. In this his sixth book, Broken Promises, he reports on the failure of the Church hierarchy, fifty years later, to live up to the promises of Vatican Council II. (1962-65) The high point of ...
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