Events of 2004

Light Over the East

Every August, the TFP-inspired association Luci sull’Est (Light over the East) sends a “caravan” of TFP volunteers to the Baltic nation of Lithuania, commemorating its hard-won independence from the Soviet Union and spreading the Fatima message. Luci sull’Est is dedicated … Continue reading

Immaculate Conception Our Protection

On the occasion of the 150th Anniversary of the proclamation of the Dogma of the Immaculate Conception, America Needs Fatima is launching a new campaign called the Immaculate Conception, Our Protection Crusade. Starting in early August, the crusade has the … Continue reading

Fatima Visit Organizers Meet

On August 8, the St. Louis chapter of the America Needs Fatima campaign hosted an afternoon social to bring together all the old and new friends and volunteers who helped coordinate the visit of the famous International Pilgrim Virgin Statue … Continue reading

A Call to Restore Christian Civilization

For a TFP international summer conference discussing Christian civilization, Austria seemed an excellent site. Even better was the restored fourteenth-century Carthusian Charterhouse where the over 110 participants gathered. At the six-day event held on August 2-7, there was no lack … Continue reading

Viva Cristo Rey in Louisiana

“Viva Cristo Rey!” (“Long Live Christ the King!”) was the motto for this year’s Call to Chivalry Summer Camp for boys held at the Feliciana Retreat Center in Norwood, Louisiana from June 29 – July 9. The camp was co-sponsored … Continue reading

Spreading Devotion to Saint Joseph

America Needs Fatima has launched a new campaign to promote devotion to Saint Joseph. The distribution of 130,000 free copies of a beautiful novena to Saint Joseph was the first step of a mission that aims to spread free copies … Continue reading

Rallying for God’s Law

On May 16, over 100 people rallied in Hanover, Pennsylvania’s Wirt Park to save a park monument of the Ten Commandments. The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) participated in the rally, providing two speakers … Continue reading

I Believe in God, Not Nietzsche

Twitching with rage and disbelief, a pro-homosexual student approached one TFP Student Action member and said, “Why are you here? This is a liberal university.” Visibly shaken, he continued: “You’re in the wrong place. People on this campus disagree with … Continue reading

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