Christmas 2023 Special Offer
“God and sinner reconciled!” At Roman Roads Press, we join the saints throughout the centuries, starting with those shepherds tending their flocks, and give glory to God for the incarnation of his Son, Jesus of Nazareth.
We are bringing back the very popular Christmas special we introduced a few years ago! A deep discount on one product via a single-use coupon code. Whether you are a new customer wanting to try our curriculum, or a returning customer ready to get the “whole set,” this is the perfect time to get a special savings one item or set. What book or curriculum will you choose?
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Christmas Coupon Details
The single-use coupon code is valid for one item (which includes any bundles!). As long as it is listed as an item (single sku) on our site, it is valid. The best savings are on the complete Old Western Culture series, a complete year of Old Western Culture, or a curriculum bundle like Fitting Words Rhetoric or Latin Primer.
Additionally, you may purchase Gift Certificates which may be sent directly to a friend or family member, or printed and gifted physically. Great for last minute gifts!
CHRISTMAS AND ADVENT RESOURCES
Enjoy the Christmas Edition of our Digressio Express!
- THEMA: Advent and Christmas by Francis Foucachon
- EDENDA BIBENDA: Recipes
- DISPUTATIO: Fight like an Amateur, by Joshua Appel
- TRADITIO: Advent through the Ages, by Dr. Glenn Sunchine
- MUSICA: A Sea-Shanty Christmas Carol
- Christmas Traditions and Early Saints
- POETICS: Featured Poet, G.K. Chesterton
- Advent Reflection: CLT
- Crossword Puzzle
The Council of Nicea and Ol St. Nick
St. Nicholas was born during the third century in the village of Patara in Asia Minor to wealthy parents who were devout Christians. After his parents died in an epidemic when he was quite young, Nicholas dedicated his life to serving God and used his inheritance to assist the poor, sick, and needy. He became Bishop of Myra while still a young man, and was known throughout the land for his generosity, his love for children, and his concern for sailors.
Nicholas was exiled and imprisoned for his faith under the Roman Emperor Diocletian. After his release, he attended the Council of Nicaea in AD 325. Nicholas died on December 6th, AD 343 and was buried in his cathedral church in Myra. The anniversary of his death became a day of cele- bration, St. Nicholas Day.