Rediscovering Columbus:

A New Adventure in the Age of Cultural Obliteration

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Rediscovering Columbus:

A New Adventure in the Age of Cultural Obliteration

Watch the Recording 
of the Conference
Register today to 
receive your digital pass!
Thanks to our generous benefactors, this web-conference is free and is being offered through the Center for the Restoration of Christian Culture at the Thomas More College of Liberal Arts. Registrants will receive a digital pass via e-mail to view the Conference online.
About:
Across the nation, schoolchildren are being taught that Christopher Columbus was a genocidal maniac. Monuments to the explorer are being quietly removed from the public square—if they haven’t already been destroyed by radical activists. But as Robert Royal, author of Columbus and the Crisis of the West, pointedly asks, “If the arrival of our civilization and religion on these shores, whatever later evils ensued, cannot be calmly discussed, let alone defended, what are we now as a people?”
  
Join us for just such a civil forum, as we assemble renowned public intellectuals to give us the true and complex story of “a daring explorer, consummate navigator, and a man on a mission not only of discovery but of evangelization.”

— Meet the Speakers —

Meet the Speakers

Robert Royal

St. John Henry Newman Visiting Chair of Catholic Studies
 at Thomas More College

Columbus and the Crisis of the West

Columbus and the Crisis of the West

Christopher Check

 President of Catholic Answers

Columbus and Evangelization

Columbus and Evangelization

Wilfred McClay

Author of the Award-winning American History Textbook

The Dangers of 
Re-reading the Past

The Dangers of 
Re-reading the Past

Our Sponsors

—FAQ—

How can I participate?
This web-conference will take place via Zoom Webinars. You will receive a private link to the meeting via email. If you do not have Zoom installed, you will be asked to download and install Zoom before you can join the meeting room.

How do I submit a question?
You may also submit your questions via email. Please send your question to center@thomasmorecollege.edu.

Will there be a recording?
The conference will be recorded. If you register for the event, you will receive a link to the recording the following day.

Is this online meeting secure?
We will have security precautions in place for this web-conference, including a private link and password requirement. Attendees will not be seen or heard, consequently, hacking is rendered chiefly ineffectual.

What do I do if my digital pass does not work?
If you have not received your private link via email or have any other technical questions, please email center@thomasmorecollege.edu.