Events of 2007

Seeking the True Joy of Christmas






The state of world events is so uncertain that it is impossible to know the conditions in which we will celebrate Christmas or what the New Year will bring. This is a Christmas in which Americans are filled with uncertainty, … Continue reading

Christmas without Apologies






On December 16, around 140 local supporters, friends and neighbors of the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) braved the hostile weather to attend for the annual Christmas Open House at the group’s national headquarters … Continue reading

United in Hatred






On November 16-18, TFP Web Designer Gregory Escaro, and I made a trip to Columbus, Ga., to investigate an annual protest to shut down Fort Benning’s Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation (WHINSEC), formerly called the School of the Americas. … Continue reading

In Protest We Stand






The blasphemous film, The Golden Compass premiered in theaters around the nation on December 7, 2007. It portrays the Church as the evil “Magisterium” that seeks to control men by stealing their souls and promotes a gnostic message similar to … Continue reading

Sharing Christmas Cheer






Christmas is a season of tremendous joy. Like harmonizing notes on a score of music, a universe of details makes the feast of Our Lord’s birth indelible. The beauty of midnight Mass, families celebrating, gift giving, grudges that vanish, fireplaces … Continue reading

Sharing Christmas Cheer






Christmas is a season of tremendous joy. Like harmonizing notes on a score of music, a universe of details makes the feast of Our Lord’s birth indelible. The beauty of midnight Mass, families celebrating, gift giving, grudges that vanish, fireplaces … Continue reading

Storming Heaven in Reparation






All across the nation, nearly 500 groups, families or individuals prayed a Holy Hour of Reparation before the Blessed Sacrament. The effort was in response to a sacrilegious scandal at Most Holy Redeemer Parish in San Francisco when two transvestites … Continue reading

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