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The American Martyrology
Compiled by Fr. Frederick George Holweck and Claudio R. Salvucci

Most American Catholics are familiar with St. Katharine Drexel, St. John Neumann, St. Kateri Tekakwitha and Ven. Fulton Sheen. But have how many have heard of Bl. Lucas Tristany? Or Ven. Solanus Casey? Or Ven. Theresa Dudzik? Or Servant of God Gwen Coniker? Arranged in calendar format, The American Martyrology helps the faithful recall the heroic lives and deaths of dozens of men and women of God with strong connections to the United States.

Coming soon! due April 2015
196 pp. ~ paperback ~
978-1-935228-13-4 ~ $17.95 (tent.)

The Fragmentary History of Priscus
Attila, the Huns and the Roman Empire, AD 430-476

translated by Prof. John P. Given, PhD

"This is a magnificent work. It is logically organized with appropriate comments added to the translated fragments to ensure clarity and a continuous story. The author is intent on emphasizing Priscus's unique voice. In this he succeeds remarkably. Given the fragmentary nature of Priscus's work, this is no mean feat. The author's writing style is clear and lucid, and will greatly appeal to a non-specialist audience." More...

Christian Roman Empire series, Volume 11
252 pp. ~ paperback ~ 978-1-935228-14-1 ~ $22.95

Kateri Tekakwitha, The Iroquois Saint
by Fr. Pierre Cholonec

Three hundred and thirty-two years after her death, Kateri Tekakwitha has become recognized as a saint of the Catholic Church. Read about her extraordinary life through the eyes of someone who actually knew her: Fr. Pierre Cholonec, one of the two main biographers of St. Kateri. Fr. Cholonec's account of her life presented in this book helped solidify her name and reputation within the Catholic world and began the process that would culminate with her canonization. More...

120 pp. ~ paperback ~ 978-1-935228-09-7 ~ $12.95

Centurion’s Daughter
by Justin Swanton

"I loved it....It kept my interest and all day long I looked forward to returning to its pages at night. I was sorry to see the book end....Strongly reinforced is that sense that in the smallest acts of good, and most humble of positions, no effort is wasted and even if the act goes unnoticed it fashions a character which cannot escape notice for long. I strongly recommend this book and would say it is appropriate for young ladies and gentleman 15 years and older and their parents of course. This would be a great Christmas gift, Confirmation gift for your Confirmandi or addition to a High School Curriculum." More...

336 pp. ~ paperback + 15 illustrations ~ 978-1-935228-05-9 ~ $17.95

Angels in Iron 
by Nicholas C. Prata

"In addition to being an exciting action/adventure yarn and quite a page-turner, Angels in Iron is valuable as a miniature history lesson as well....This is a book that belongs on the bookshelf of every Catholic man, should be read by every Catholic boy (11 or older, I would say), and stocked by every Catholic school library."
—Latin Mass Magazine

313 pp. ~ 1 map ~ paperback ~ 978-1-889758-56-5 ~ $16.95

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Arx is a Latin word meaning ‘fortress’ or ‘citadel’. Arx Publishing is a small press seeking to give a voice to authors whose books uphold traditional Catholic values and promote the Culture of Life. Titles published under the Arx imprint represent a mix of genres including historical fiction, high fantasy, and poetry. While some of our books do not contain obvious Catholic content, they all explore some aspect of spiritual and moral conflict in a way that is not hostile to Church teaching.

At present, Arx has a full pipeline of new book projects in the works and is not seeking unsolicited manuscripts.

Our scholarly imprint, Evolution Publishing, furthers the study of American history and language by republishing and distributing long out-of-print primary source material. Focusing on Native American-related and early colonial era works, Evolution strives to consolidate and preserve this wealth of history for generations to come. Series include The American Language Reprint series, The American Language Reprint Supplement series, The Massinahigan series and The Annals of Colonial North America series.

Evolution also republishes out-of-print works on ancient and medieval European languages and history, including
The Christian Roman Empire, The Fontes Mediaevalium series, The Languages of Classical Antiquity series and The Languages of the Middle Ages series.

A selection of books from our Evolution Publishing imprint...

The Dialogues of Saint Gregory the Great on

A Mission Delaware Vocabulary on

The Complete Works of Saint Cyprian on

The First Crusade

The Life of Saint Hugh of Avalon on

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