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This Day in History
January 23, 1814  : The Pope Delivered from Exile  The following comes from our book,   Light to the Nations II: The Making of the Modern World.   Our July 6, 2014 "This Week in History" told the story of Pope Pius VII's forced exile from Rome at the hands ...
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January 8, 1918 : Wilson Issues His "Fourteen Points" for Peace   The following comes from our book,   Light to the Nations II: The Making of the Modern World .  For ordering information on  this  and our other books,   please click  here .    A ddressing t...
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The Right Tools Make a Difference
I t has been almost 15 years since a group of Catholic educators and
writers first met to launch the Catholic Textbook Project. They gathered to
address an urgent need – a lack of Catholic textbooks. Since the 1960's, no social studies/history series distin...
The Right Tools Make a Difference
The Right Tools Make a Difference
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November 25, 1491 : Final Surrender   The following comes from our book,   Light to the Nations I: The History of Christian Civilization.   For ordering information on  this text and our other books,  please click  here . O ne of the greatest, most revoluti...
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This Week in History
November 16, 1632: Death of a Gallant Young King        B y 1629, it appeared that Emperor Ferdinand II and the Catholic League had broken the power of the German Protestant princes.  But once again, foreign powers interfered. Fearing the possible destructi...
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September 20, 1792: The Battle that Saved the Revolution The following account of the Battle of Valmy comes from our book,   Light to the Nations II: The Making of the Modern World.   For ordering information on  this text and our other books,  please click...
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September 7, 1303 :   "At Least I Shall Die as Pope."  The following is taken from our volume,  Light to the Nations I: The History of Christian Civilization.  To see sample chapters of the book, please click  here . For ordering information, click  here . ...
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August 26-30, 1914: The Russian Army Destroyed      This week, we continue to commemorate the centenary of the beginning of World War I, with the German invasion of Belgium and the defeat of the Russians at Tannenberg. The following comes from our book,  Li...
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Back-to-School Discount!
Special Offer with Great Savings  C hoose one of these packages: 1) For $79 get one CTP textbook and teacher's manual (worth $95). 2) For $149 get any TWO CTP textbooks and teacher's manuals (worth $190).  This sale runs until   September 30th   and is not ...
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Online History Classes
T he Catholic Textbook Project's Christopher Zehnder, M.A. , will be teaching TWO online history courses for the 2014- 2015 school year through Homeschool Connections .  O ne will be for 7th -9th grade students , using CTP text  Light to the Nations I: A Hi...
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