Dr. Donald DeMarco

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Dr. Donald DeMarco is Professor Emeritus, St. Jerome’s University and Adjunct Professor at Holy Apostles College. He is a regular columnist for St. Austin Review and is the author of thirty-nine books. His latest book, The 12 Supporting Pillars of the Culture of Life and Why They Are Crumbling is posted on amazon.com.  His fortieth book, Glimmers of Hope in a Darkening World, is in production. 

G.K. Chesterton, The Prince of the Paradoxes

G.K. Chesterton, The Prince of the Paradoxes

The Retreat from Reality

The Retreat from Reality

Saint Augustine on the True Meaning of Peace

Saint Augustine on the True Meaning of Peace

Reverence & The Mother of all Virtues

Reverence & The Mother of all Virtues

Philosophy's Restoration & the Return to Common Sense

Philosophy’s Restoration & the Return to Common Sense

The Inexhaustible Meaning of “Personalism”

The Inexhaustible Meaning of “Personalism”

Bishop Sheen: What’s in a Name?

Bishop Sheen: What’s in a Name?

What Catholic Philosophy Can Teach Us About Conversion

What Catholic Philosophy Can Teach Us About Conversion

The Enduring Practicality of Philosophy

The Enduring Practicality of Philosophy

Ten Summer Reads for the Budding Catholic Philosopher

Ten Summer Reads for the Budding Catholic Philosopher

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