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 forty books.He is a former corresponding member of the Pontifical Academy of Life.  Some of his latest books, The 12 Supporting Pillars of the Culture of Life and Why They Are Crumbling, and Glimmers of Hope in a Darkening World, Restoring Philosophy and Returning to Common Sense and Let Us not Despair are posted on amazon.com.  He and his wife, Mary, have 5 children and 13 grandchildren.  

The Problem in Recognizing Our Sins

Building a Moral Immune System

We Are the Easter People

Searching for the Why Beyond the What

Searching for the Why Beyond the What

The University of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The University of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Escaping the Grim Reaper: A Tale of Three Courageous Catholics

Escaping the Grim Reaper: A Tale of Three Courageous Catholics

When Diversity Meets Discrimination

When Diversity Meets Discrimination

Why Are There Stairs? Philosophical Lessons on Freedom

Why Are There Stairs? Philosophical Lessons on Freedom

The Hope & Despair at Christmas Time

The Hope & Despair at Christmas Time

What We See in Two Beloved Christmas Stories

Why Christmas Stories Fill Us With Hope

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