Some states are attempting to lift civil and criminal statutes of limitations retroactively for child sex abuse. In light of this, the American TFP is vigorously protesting such legislative bills nationwide claiming the measures unfairly penalize Catholics in the pew and favor the agenda of dissident activists groups inside the Church.
To say that the campaign at the University of Delaware on Monday, March 29 was exciting would be an understatement. It wasn't only exciting; it was one of TFP Student Action's best campaigns since we started opposing the homosexual agenda on college campuses.
Over 100 local supporters and friends seeking a traditional holiday atmosphere where Christ is still found in Christmas attended an annual Open House, held at the national headquarters of the American TFP in Spring Grove, Pennsylvania on December 21.
On December 19, 2003 the American TFP sent a letter to President Bush, expressing its gratitude for the stand he took in favor of a constitutional amendment defending traditional marriage, but also its concerns that the door is still open to "civil unions."
For over two thousand years, men of good will have celebrated the birth of our Divine Savior. Members and friends of Tradition Family Property Student Action joined in that celebration in a very special way this December.
In opposition to the growing trend to celebrate Christmas in secular fashion, the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) invited Fr. John Trigilio to speak about the sublime meaning of this important feast on December 12, to a crowd of 80.
“The Feast of the Immaculate Conception could not be a better date to discuss the Fatima Message and its application for our days” was the message of a special December 8th talk titled “How You Can Face Evil by Drawing from the Fatima Message” given to TFP friends and supporters in Miami, Fla.