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Patrick Novecosky | Review
Sep 01, 2011
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Zmirak brings together great insight and wisdom for Catholic college students . . .

Disorientation: How to Go to College Without Losing Your Mind
Ascension Press, 2010. 188 pages, $12.99 paperback

Navigating a new college environment is difficult enough for Catholic freshmen without having to combat each secular philosophy and “ism” that lurks around every corner. Zmirak pulls together more than dozen friends to help budding scholars navigate the tumultuous waters of college life.

Catholic intellectuals like Peter Kreeft, Jimmy Akin, Mark Shea, Fr. Dwight Longenecker, Elizabeth Scalia and Fr. George Rutler help readers sort out everything from hedonism and relativism to Marxism and feminism. Disorientation is a smart, easy read with intellectual ammunition.

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