Events of 2003

A Tradition is Born

“The first time is a mere sounding out, a second try refines an experiment but the third time around – a tradition is born.” Such were the opening words which described the third Université d’été, an international summer program in … Continue reading

A Visit to Remember

From July 16-25, the famous International Pilgrim Virgin Statue made an unexpected but blessed visit to the National Headquarters of the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) and the site of its America Needs Fatima … Continue reading

The Spirit of Chivalry Lives On

The camp manager said it best in the beginning. “In my 13 years as a camp manager, I’ve never seen a program like this one. It is going to be hard but I think you are all going to benefit … Continue reading

Rekindling the Controversy

It seems Alma Lopez is at it again. When her computer collage titled “Our Lady” appeared at Santa Fe’s Museum of International Folk Art in February of 2001, it unleashed a wave of controversy that even now divides the city. … Continue reading

Being Effective in Cincinnati

One of the surest signs of a successful blasphemy protest is the presence of a counter-protest. The offending parties seem to be saying that protesters are so important that they cannot afford to ignore them. It was hard to ignore … Continue reading

The Scandals’ Unmentioned Victim

No one denies the reality of the sexual abuse scandals and their cover-up. Catholics rightfully reacted with indignation and concern. However, many reformers and dissidents now propose solutions that take advantage of this legitimate indignation and toil feverishly to shake … Continue reading

Celebrating Victory in Chicago

On June 7, pro-life leaders and activists from around the country converged on the windy city to celebrate with Joe Scheidler and the Pro-Life Action League, the landmark Supreme Court ruling in favor of the unborn. The 8 to1 ruling … Continue reading

Catholics Confront Boston Blasphemy

On May 16, twelve members of the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property left their home in Spring Grove, Pennsylvania. Their destination: the Kresge Little Theater at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Their purpose: hold … Continue reading

TFP Tackles Abortion Issue on GWU radio

On April 30, 2003, members of TFP Student Action traveled to George Washington University in the nation’s capitol, to speak out against abortion on GW Radio. The host of the two-hour radio program, The Right Way, was Adam Ramey, an … Continue reading

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