Bible History - Schuster
Sixth through eighth grades. Paperbound edition of a famous Bible History used in Catholic schools for years. Covers the most famous events narrated in the Bible. 80 beautiful drawings of biblical events. New full color cover! Impr. 394 pgs 80 Illus, PB
Child's Bible History
The Old and New Testaments. An abridged version of Schuster's Bible History. Appropriate for reading to 3rd-5th graders or letting 4th and above read on their own--actually suitable for all ages. An old favorite of catechists. For relatively little, teachers can blanket their classes with wonderful supplemental reading, and parents can initiate their youngsters in the famous Bible stories. Includes 43 beautiful drawings of biblical events.Impr. 86 pgs 43 Illus, PB
A History of the Protestant Reformation in England and Ireland
Though written by a Protestant (between 1824 and 1827), this book has been repeatedly reprinted by Catholic publishers because of the tremendous light it sheds on English history from Henry VIII (1509) thru George III (1820), showing that England was better off before the Reformation than after. Unabashedly pro-Catholic and a real eye-opener! 432 pgs, PB
From the beginning to 1940. Written for both students and adults. The author intersperses the history with many brief, interesting biographies of famous people, and at the end of each chapter he quotes briefly from a famous writing of the era, blending a medley of elements into a comprehensive historical composition that is at once brilliant and fascinating. A story of the Church unparalleled in its scope, depth, variety and impact, and a book all Catholics should read.
Christ The King - Lord Of History
Here is a fast paced, highly readable and interesting Catholic world history. It clearly illustrates that Christ is the central figure in all of history. Unabashedly proud of our brilliant Catholic heritage, Dr Carroll examines all historical developments from the point of view of the Church and the enhancement or decline of the influence of the Church upon the historical scene. Whereas most secular histories written today give but a grudging acknowledgment to the role of the Catholic Church in forming Western and therefore modern civilization, this book makes the role of Christ and the contribution of His Church unquestionable. A great book for students, parents, history buffs and educators.
This book is pivotal to understanding Mexico! Shows how Catholic Spain during 300 years--1521-1821--formed Mexico and made her prosperous and happy, but how the great Masonic Revolution (1821-1928) has made her poor and miserable. Shows that Mexico is still basically Catholic (97%) but is ruled by an anti-Catholic government. Full of insights and crucial to understanding Mexico. 502 Pp. PB.
Where We Got The Bible
A perennial favorite. This short treatise outlines the history of the Bible in complete, yet simple terms. Shows how the Catholic Church has determined and proclaimed through her infallible rulings just which books are actually part of Sacred Scripture, and how she has preserved and maintained the Bible throughout the centuries. A real eye-opener, especially for anyone who thinks the Bible is a Protestant book. Impr. 160 pgs, PB