Dr. Donald DeMarco

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Dr. Donald DeMarco—Prof. Emeritus, St. Jerome’s University; Adjunct Prof., Holy Apostles College & Seminary. He is a regular columnist for the St. Austin Review. His latest books, How To Navigate through Life and Apostles of the Culture of Life is posted on amazon.com. He is also the author of How to Flourish in a Fallen World (En Route publishers). Reflections on the Covid-19 virus: A Search for Meaning is in production.

The Joy of Self-Limitation

Open to Everything, Dedicated to Nothing

Open to Everything, Dedicated to Nothing

Mortality: The Plague That Is Ever With Us

Mortality: The Plague That Is Ever With Us

The Dignity of Singularity

The Dignity of Singularity

Should the Saints Have a Say?

Should the Saints Have a Say?

What To Do When There Is Nothing To Do

What To Do When There Is Nothing To Do

Faith & Reason: The Rejection of Worldly Stupidity

Faith & Reason: The Rejection of Worldly Stupidity

Don't Settle for Second Best

Don’t Settle for Second Best

My Vocation as a Philosophy Teacher

Two New Saints Give New Hope for Philosophy

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