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(Hardcover, 256 pages)
Called to action in 1882 by his sympathy for America's suffering, exploited, working-class, Father McGivney founded the Knights of Columbus, an organization that has helped to save countless families from the indignity of destitution. From its uncertain beginnings, when Father McGivney was the only person willing to work toward its success, it has grown to an international membership of 1.7 million men.
(Audio CD, unabridged)
For the poor-sighted or lazy, here's an audio version narrated by co-author Julie Fenster
(Hardcover, 160 pages)
A Knights of Columbus history by author Christopher J. Kauffman.
(Hardcover, 141 pages)
By Their Works profiles 65 Knights of Columbus whose lives span the entire 124-year history of the Order. From Babe Ruth to John F. Kennedy, the book is a lively, well-illustrated look at the lives of men whose lives and faith were powerfully influenced by their membership in the Order.
(Hardcover, 336 pages)
Lying in only twenty-five feet of water in a small gulf off the coast of Panama, a shipwrecked vessel managed to escape detection for centuries before it was discovered in the mid-1990s. It was determined that not only is this the oldest wreck ever found in the Western Hemisphere, but also very likely the remains of the Vizcaína, one of the ships Christopher Columbus took on his last trip to the New World.
The Voyage of the Vizcaína combines investigative journalism, archaeology, and historical re-creation to give us the fascinating story-and startling truths-behind Columbus's final attempt to reach the East by going west.