American Tradition, Family, Property: Fighting the Counter-Revolution
        


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2002

The first TFP Forum Discussion is over and the results are in. Seeing a picture of the statue of "Our Lady of the Angels," at the new Cathedral in Los Angeles, our readers were asked whether or not the figure represented Our Lady. Of the hundreds of responses which came in, only a handful believed that what they saw represented the Mother of God.

On Sunday, December 22, TFP volunteers, and supporting members of America Needs Fatima from the Washington, D.C. area held a prayer vigil and protest rally in front of the British Broadcasting Corporation's (BBC) American headquarters in Bethesda, Maryland.

Book Launching Rochester, NY I Have Weathered Other Storms: A Response to the Scandals and Democratic Reforms that Threaten the Catholic Church

The Rochester, N.Y. chapter of Call to Holiness sponsored a launching for the hard-hitting book just authored by the TFP Commission for American Issues, I Have Weathered Other Storms: A Response to the Scandals and Democratic Reforms that Threaten the Catholic Church.

Braving the elements, over 125 people gathered to protest the Somerville Theater's lesbian version of the Christmas story. TFP and America Needs Fatima members responded to the play with a nationwide campaign of prayer and peaceful protest.

With the Catholic Church mired in sexual-abuse scandals, the American TFP is now releasing a book that teaches Catholics how to react to the climate of intense emotion and confusion that warps the debate and hinders a true solution to the crisis.

The highly-offensive movie The Crime of Father Amaro was supposedly a success in Mexico but it seems to be falling flat in America. Everywhere it goes it is meeting with protests, prayer and…cancellations.

Our Louisiana chapter sponsored a two-day event for mothers and daughters titled Good Manners and Social Graces. From November 17 - 23, this mini-seminar, organized in Baton Rouge, Lafayette and Alexandria, emphasized the spiritual foundation of good manners through the virtue of charity.

Peaceful protest to offensive film, The Crime of Fr. AmaroOn November 14, Hollywood Boulevard was home to an out-of-character event when 125 Catholics assembled at Galaxy Theaters for a rally of peaceful protest and reparation hosted by the American TFP’s America Needs Fatima campaign.