Warren H. Carroll

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Dr. Warren H. Carroll (born March 24, 1932) was a historian who was the author of many books. He received his Ph.D. from Columbia University. He was a leading Catholic historian, and was the founder and first president of Christendom College in Front Royal, Virginia, where he was chairman of the History Department. Carroll lived in Manassas, Virginia, with his wife Anne, founder of Seton Junior-Senior High School and author of Christ the King, Lord of History. In this six-volume set, he describes in eloquent and palpable detail the story of Christianity through the centuries, in the fall of the Roman Empire and the hatred of Marx, and concludes as if the religion is being strangled.[1]

He died July 17, 2011.[2]