Paul said: In my opinion, the best history book on American history. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. Charles A. Coulombe.
In this book, Coulombe goes into a part of American history that most historians have either forgotten, ignored, or were never taught. Upon reading it, one can understand how America's full potential was sadly derailed from her original destiny.
Charles A. Coulombe (right) with a Croatian Monarchist holding a Croatian Royal flag. 2018, Charles A. Coulombe during a Great War commemoration in Zagreb, organized by Croatian monarchists and nobility. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Puritan's Empire, Tumblar House, 2008. Desire & Deception, Tumblar House, 2009. The White Cockade: Catholic Poetry and Verse, Tumblar House, 2009. Everyman Today Call Rome, Tumblar House, 2011.
Puritan’s Empire by Charles Coulombe. It is not easy to say exactly what this fascinating, powerful, rich and heartfelt epic panorama of a book is. For it is many different things at once. It is subtitled: A Catholic Perspective on American History. There is nothing covert about Coulombe! He is transparently an uncompromising Catholic traditionalist, drawing out the consequences of that position. Among those consequences is the recognition that Americans have been by and large conditioned by an ideology hostile to the doctrines of Catholicism – which moreover is embedded in a powerful ideological version of their history, spoon-fed to the young in what Americans call their public schools (State schools in the British Isles).
Puritan’s Empire by Charles A. Coulombe is a unique tour de force of American history from a Catholic high traditionalist perspective, spanning the colonial period to the modern day. Although some sections are dry, the colorful and controversial personal analysis undergirding the volume’s rationale will keep the reader intellectually engaged, regardless of whether or not he agrees with the author’s conclusions. Puritan’s Empire by Charles A. Mr. Coulombe conveys the notion of sacramental kingship within a Catholic society and the nuances of the class system from days of yore.
LibraryThing members' description. com Product Description (ISBN 0979160057, Hardcover). History is the key to understanding men-whether as nations, families, or individuals. For Catholics, history has an even higher purpose beside. For them, history is the unfolding of God's Will in time, and the attempts of men either to conform themselves to or to resist that Will. But American Catholic historians have generally refrained from exploring their own national history with these.
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About Charles A. Author of the chart-climbing The Pope’s Legion, and Puritan’s Empire: A Catholic Perspective on American History, Coulombe is recognized internationally for his in-depth knowledge of Vatican politics and the influence of Catholicism in America and Europe. His audiences regularly range from graduate students at Oxford University, England to the New Mexico Military Institute, from which he graduated. Warren,’ she said, ‘he has come home to die: You needn’t be afraid he’ll leave you this time. ‘Home,’ he mocked gently.