Dr. Mark S. Latkovic (1963-) was born in Cleveland, OH and now lives in Allen Park, MI with his wife and four children. He obtained higher degrees from The Catholic University of America (Washington, DC) and the Lateran University’s Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family (Washington, DC “Session”). He has taught moral theology at Sacred Heart Major Seminary (Detroit, MI) since July 1990. He is the co-editor of “St. Thomas Aquinas & the Natural Law Tradition: Contemporary Perspectives” (The Catholic University of America Press, 2004) and “What’s a Person to Do? Everyday Decisions that Matter” (Our Sunday Visitor, 2013), among many other publications in both scholarly and popular journals.

Mark S. Latkovic

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2 comments on “Dr. Mark S. Latkovic (1963-) was born in Cleveland, OH and now lives in Allen Park, MI with his wife and four children. He obtained higher degrees from The Catholic University of America (Washington, DC) and the Lateran University’s Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family (Washington, DC “Session”). He has taught moral theology at Sacred Heart Major Seminary (Detroit, MI) since July 1990. He is the co-editor of “St. Thomas Aquinas & the Natural Law Tradition: Contemporary Perspectives” (The Catholic University of America Press, 2004) and “What’s a Person to Do? Everyday Decisions that Matter” (Our Sunday Visitor, 2013), among many other publications in both scholarly and popular journals.

  1. Hi Mark, I wanted to thank you for the follow!
    My blog is a bilingual one. So you may get links to poems in English as well as to some in Italian… Pictures, on the other hand, have no language barriers 😉
    Keep up the good work.
    Anna

    • Hi Anna,

      You’re most welcome, Anna! And thanks for the nice message/comment! I look forward to reading your stuff! I’m glad to see that you liked my poem. You’re right about pictures! 🙂 You keep up you’re good work too! I’ll “see” you on the blog!

      All the best to you!
      ~Mark

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