Events of 2003

Keeping Christ in Christmas






Over 100 local supporters and friends seeking a traditional holiday atmosphere where Christ is still found in Christmas attended an annual Open House, held at the national headquarters of the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property … Continue reading

Letter to the President – 2003






The following letter was sent to President George W. Bush: December 19, 2003 VIA FACSIMILE The Honorable George W. Bush President of the United States The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington D.C. 20500 Dear Mr. President: On behalf … Continue reading

Sharing Christmas Joy






For over two thousand years, men of good will have celebrated the birth of our Divine Savior. Members and friends of Tradition Family Property Student Action joined in that celebration in a very special way this December. Christmas is undeniably … Continue reading

Jesus the Light of the World






In opposition to the growing trend to celebrate Christmas in secular fashion, the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) invited Fr. John Trigilio to speak about the sublime meaning of this important feast. The event … Continue reading

Catholics Rally at Washburn






On Sunday, Dec. 7th, God granted a mild December afternoon for the over 110 faithful gathered to defend the honor of the Catholic Church at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas. The protest centered on a sculpture titled, “Holier Than Thou” … Continue reading

The True Colors of “Tolerance”






The American public is often asked to tolerate the “alternative homosexual lifestyle” in the name of diversity. This “tolerance” seeks to rid America of its so-called conservative, religious, bigoted, and discriminatory attitudes toward homosexual vice. At the same time, the … Continue reading

Banned on Georgetown’s Red Square






Catholic Universities once worked hard to respect, obey and promote Church teaching. Students attending Catholic institutions of higher learning received unblemished spiritual and intellectual formation. Unfortunately those days seem over, at least at Jesuit-run Georgetown University. On November 20, members … Continue reading

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