Events of 2008

Joyful Expectation for Christmas






While the tune “God Rest ye Merry Gentlemen” was accompanied by The Holy Choir of Angles band, nearly 200 visitors tasted delectable snacks, drank hot cider and conversed freely with one another. Such was the atmosphere at the American Society … Continue reading

2008 Christmas Message of the American TFP






On the glorious feast of Christmas, we pray most ardently that you and your family will receive abundant graces of Catholic fidelity and courage to face the difficult days ahead. The marvelous graces from the first Christmas night in Bethlehem … Continue reading

I Saw Two Americas at Fort Benning






After an 818 mile drive from Pennsylvania to Georgia, eleven TFP Student Action volunteers reached Fort Benning. The purpose of the trip was to honor the troops at God Bless Fort Benning Day. On the same weekend of November 22, … Continue reading

Farewell to a Legend






The family and friends of Col. John Walter Ripley said their final goodbyes during a moving funeral ceremony on November 7, 2008 at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. He was laid to rest with full military honors in … Continue reading

A Night in Vienna






The Austrian TFP recently launched a German edition of the book, Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites at the historic Coburg Palace in Vienna.

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2008 TFP National Conference






At the final banquet at the historic Yorktowne Hotel, the strains of the hymn of Saint Joan of Arc penetrated the silence of the listening crowd. Its majestic yet tragic melody seemed to reflect the themes of a memorable weekend … Continue reading

Host Desecration Videos Back on YouTube






Host desecration videos originally pulled from YouTube have been reposted. The American TFP and its America Needs Fatima campaign is sickened by the reoccurrence of this blasphemy after collecting 18,201 signatures on a protest petition in just 7 days. The … Continue reading

At the Foot of the Cross






For many students, Easter break is nothing more than a time to enjoy themselves. They forget the importance of Holy Week and Our Lord Jesus Christ’s supreme sacrifice to redeem us. However, university students who gathered for Holy Week at … Continue reading

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