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|I Am A Christian
Authentic Accounts of Christian Martyrdom and Persecution from the Ancient Sources
compiled and edited by Anthony P. Schiavo, Jr.
Christians of today face questions that would have seemed absurd to our ancestors. Did Jesus exist? Isn't the New Testament just a fairy tale? Aren't the accounts of the early martyrs just fables? These accusations gain traction because the average person today has practically no knowledge of the Church's ancient past. I Am A Christian: Authentic Accounts of Christian Martyrdom and Persecution from the Ancient Sources aims to remedy this deficiency by providing a collection of the earliest and most trustworthy eye-witness accounts from Roman antiquity. More...
due September 2018 ~ 216 pp. + paperback ~
978-1-935228-18-9 ~ $14.95
|Three Years behind the Guns
by John B. Tisdale
Originally written in 1908, Three Years Behind the Guns is an amusing, gritty look at life aboard the flagship Olympia at a time when the United States was on the cusp of becoming a great power. Though a memoir, the author writes with all the youthful exuberance of the age and finds himself, much to his surprise, with a front-row seat to the naval battle at Manila Bay during the Spanish-American War. More...
2017 ~ 244 pp. + 70 illus. ~ paperback ~
978-1-935228-17-2 ~ $16.95
|The Daughters of Pola
by John Mason Neale
Daughter of a noble Roman family, Agnella had heard tell of the foul practices of the Christians. What good Roman wouldn’t hate such a vile sect? When Diocletian declared that all must sacrifice to the immortal gods or be punished, Agnella’s father, Marcus Acilius Dolabella, præfect of Histria, was quick to put the emperor’s command into effect, little suspecting that his own daughter's actions would provide seed for the burgeoning Christian Church. More...
2017 ~ 152 pp. + 4 illus. ~ paperback ~
978-1-935228-16-5 ~ $13.95
Fragmentary History of Priscus
Attila, the Huns and the Roman
Empire, AD 430-476
translated by Prof. John P. Given, PhD
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
Christian Roman Empire series, Volume 11
252 pp. ~ paperback ~ 978-1-935228-14-1 ~
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
—Latin Mass Magazine
313 pp. ~ 1 map ~ paperback ~
978-1-889758-56-5 ~ $16.95