Christendom Press

Christendom Press is the imprint of Christendom College, a Catholic coeducational college institutionally committed to the Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church. Christendom Press is dedicated to the defense of Christian society and the renewal of Catholic intellectual life. The press offers works grounded in a traditional consideration of the liberal arts and the relationship between faith, reason, and culture. At the heart of the press are its historical works, especially those of Warren Carroll, the founder and first president of Christendom College. These and the press's other titles--in the areas of theology, philosophy, politics, and education--often challenge reigning secular or ideological assumptions about history, human nature, politics, and transcendent truth. For more information about Christendom College, visit http://www.christendom.edu/.

The Founding of Christendom: A History of Christendom (vol. 1) By Warren H. Carroll
605 pages | ISBN 978-0-931888-21-2
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The Founding of Christendom: A History of Christendom (vol. 1)

The Founding of Christendom is the first volume in “The History of Christendom” series. This series is the only in-print, comprehensive narration of Western history written from an orthodox Catholic perspective.

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The Glory of Christendom, 1100–1517: A History of Christendom (vol. 3) By Warren H. Carroll
782 pages | ISBN 978-0-931888-54-0
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The Glory of Christendom, 1100–1517: A History of Christendom (vol. 3)

The Glory of Christendom, 1100-1517 is the third volume in “The History of Chistendom” series. This series is the only in-print, comprehensive narration of Western history written from an orthodox Catholic perspective.

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The Gospel of Matthew: Translation and Notes By Claude Tresmontant
602 pages | ISBN 978-0-931888-65-6
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The Gospel of Matthew: Translation and Notes

This controversial work of biblical criticism presents linguistic arguments for the original Hebrew text of St. Matthew’s Gospel. Using rigorous philological techniques, Tresmontant translates the Greek of Matthew back into the Hebrew, uncovering fascinating nuances and implications obscured even to scholars of the standard Greek text.

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The Guillotine and the Cross By Warren H. Carroll
203 pages | ISBN 978-0-931888-45-8
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The Guillotine and the Cross

The persistent myths of the French Revolution—that the destruction of the old order brought unrivaled freedom and happiness for Europe—are shattered in this rousing study of the political violence and social turmoil that struck France in the late eighteenth century.

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The Last Crusade: Spain 1936 By Warren H. Carroll
240 pages | ISBN 978-0-931888-67-0
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The Last Crusade: Spain 1936

Why be satisfied with leftist propaganda on the Spanish Civil War? Warren Carroll’s treatment of the events of 1936 is singular in Anglo-American scholarship for seeing the conflict for what it truly was: a death struggle against the Christian faith and a war against Christian civilization.

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The Past as Pilgrimage By Christopher O. Blum and Christopher Shannon
192 pages | ISBN 978-0-931888-01-4 978-0-931888-47-2
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The Past as Pilgrimage

In The Past as Pilgrimage: Narrative, Tradition, and the Renewal of Catholic History, Catholic historians Shannon and Blum challenge the secular bias currently prevalent among professional historians, and argue for the compatibility of faith and reason in the study of the past. Inspired by the understanding of tradition developed in […]

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The Revolution Against Christendom, 1661–1815: A History of Christendom (vol. 5) By Warren H. Carroll
455 pages | ISBN 978-0-931888-80-9
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The Revolution Against Christendom, 1661–1815: A History of Christendom (vol. 5)

The Revolution Against Christendom, 1661-1815 is the fifth volume in “The History of Christendom” series. This series is the only in-print, comprehensive narration of Western history written from an orthodox Catholic perspective.

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The Universal Primacy of Christ By Francis Xavier Pancheri
144 pages | ISBN 978-0-931888-16-8
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The Universal Primacy of Christ

Noted Italian theologian and philosopher Pancheri revisits a crucial question of the Middle Ages and shows its perennial importance for Christian society: If the Incarnation is, in some sense, caused by the Fall of Adam and Eve, then how can Christ be said to have primacy in all things?

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This Is My Body: An Evangelical Discovers the Real Presence By Mark P. Shea
64 pages | ISBN 978-0-931888-48-9
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This Is My Body: An Evangelical Discovers the Real Presence

This Is My Body is a popular apologetic written in terms engaging and accessible to evangelical Protestants. Shea treats standard misconceptions and objections to the teaching on the real presence of Jesus in the sacrament of the Eucharist, showing most to be simple errors in logic or ironic oversights in scriptural exegesis.

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What the Catholic Faithful Can Do By Gerard Morrissey
128 pages | ISBN 978-0-0931888-23-6
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What the Catholic Faithful Can Do

In What the Catholic Faithful Can Do, Gerard Morrissey offers practical solutions for Catholics seeking to deepen their relationship with the Church. He focuses on three areas in particular: how to deepen one’s own faith; how to pass faith on to one’s children; and how to work fruitfully, effectively, and prayerfully within one’s own parish.

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