Relevant literature, articles, and links about Christopher Columbus:
The National Columbus Education Foundation website: https://knowcolumbus.org/
Photo: Schoolchildren on parade during the Columbus celebrations in New York City, December 10, 1892. (from William J. Connell article)
"What Columbus Day Really Means" by By William J. Connell: https://bit.ly/39WxMja
“Christopher Columbus’s voyage to America was the most significant event in human history.” - Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson Read more of "DR. TYSON VS. THE COLUMBUS HATERS" from the Italic Institute of America, here: https://bit.ly/3jU7cfl
The Italic Institute of America: "Guardian of the Italian Heritage" (italic.org)
The Italian American Human Relations Foundation in conjunction with the Joint Civic Committee of Italian Americans is pleased to present a virtual conversation with Stanford professor emerita, Dr. Carol Delaney, on the legacy of Christopher Columbus on Tuesday, August 25th, 2020 at 10:30a.m. Central Time At Rago Brothers, 624 Western Avenue, Chicago. The conversation will be streamed on Facebook Live and will be accessible at the following link: https://www.facebook.com/iahrfofchi/
The Christopher Columbus statue in Arrigo Park in Chicago's Little Italy neighborhood on Oct. 7, 2017. (Alyssa Pointer / Chicago Tribune)
Michael A. Santo, P.C., Attorney at Law, shares an important document on "How to Address Issues As to Columbus Statues & Monuments".
Santo not only discusses the purpose and origin of Columbus Day but also outlines the false narratives that must be understood and rejected. Santo's extensive footnote section equipped with links to news articles as well as reputable academic scholars and authors is a must-read as well.
Courage and Conviction
The True Story of Christopher Columbus
Produced by the Knights of Columbus and National Columbus Education Foundation
Courage and Conviction: The True Story of Christopher Columbus is a thorough examination of the life and legacy of the fearless discoverer of America. This film provides insight into Christopher Columbus' remarkable genius as a sea navigator as well as his deep desire to bring all nations to Christ. Through expert interviews and archival footage, we look at the origins of Columbus Day and the symbolic role that Columbus has for Catholic immigrants, especially Italian Americans. Finally, the film addresses the current indictments against Christopher Columbus with boldness and exposes the motive behind the attacks of revisionist historians. This film shows why Christopher Columbus remains not only a man worthy of admiration, but a noble icon of what it means to be a Catholic and an American.
The documentary will air Columbus Day weekend on EWTN with two separate showings:
Sunday, October 11 at 10:00 p.m.
Monday, October 12 at 6:30 p.m.
*Note, after the documentary airs on EWTN it will be available for on Demand viewing via www.kofc.org/Columbus.
*Note website will not go live until after second EWTN airing.