Maureen Corcoran ’79 and her family story

With four uncles who were Dominican friars, in addition to two aunts (Sister Catherine Patrice and Sister Dennis Marie) who are Sisters of Charity of Halifax, Maureen Corcoran ’79 belongs to a family of remarkable faith and commitment. A Providence College trustee, Ms. Corcoran shares her perspectives on the deep, meaningful connections between her family and the college it has served across generations.

Our moments, our stories

Read more stories from PC’s first 100 years.

Rev. Edward P. Doyle, O.P. ’34, Dominican liberator

Dribbling to the Garden

LEGACY IN FRIARTOWN: Bryan Donovan ’20 and Drew Ford ’20 share their unique perspective on the 1986-87 Friars  

The Blizzard of 1978

The legacy of athletic trainer Mal Brown ’33

Remembering the Aquinas fire

Vatican conference, Urbano’s resolve lead to Jewish-Catholic series 

College’s ROTC develops character, leaders dedicated to serving nation   

The Veridames: ‘The Ladies of Truth at Providence College’ 

SCE changing lives for 100 years and counting  

Master storyteller Mike Leonard ’70 creates a centennial film about Providence College

Maureen Corcoran ’79 and her family story

The Establishment and Naming of Providence College

Brother Damian Marie finds his calling at Providence College

The Origin of Providence College

The presidency of Rev. William Paul Haas, O.P. ’48

War Memorial Grotto served as a core of the College 

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