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2003

The rally in Cincinati served to pay reparation for the offense against Our Lord and the Church. It united Catholics from across the city in common cause ready for future actions. Lastly, it also sent a strong message to pro-blasphemy supporters that such presentations will not be accepted sitting down.

No one denies the reality of the sexual abuse scandals and their cover-up. Catholics rightfully reacted with indignation and concern. However, many reformers and dissidents now propose solutions that take advantage of this legitimate indignation and toil feverishly to shake the very foundations of the Church as an institution.

On June 7, pro-life leaders and activists from around the country converged on the windy city to celebrate with Joe Scheidler and the Pro-Life Action League, the landmark Supreme Court ruling in favor of the unborn.

On May 16, twelve members of the American TFP left their home in Spring Grove, Pennsylvania. Their destination: the Kresge Little Theater at MIT. Their purpose: hold a 2-1/2 hour rally, in protest against the play, The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told.

Defend the Catholic Faith by letting Cincinnati Mayor Charles Luken and the Know Theatre know that Catholics will not tolerate this abuse.

TFP Tackles Abortion Issue on GWU radioOn April 30, 2003, members of TFP Student Action traveled to George Washington University in the nation’s capitol, to speak out against abortion on GW Radio. The host of the two-hour radio program, The Right Way, was Adam Ramey, an outspoken conservative GWU student. He invited guests from both ends of the ideological spectrum to debate the topic of abortion on the air. Medical Students for Choice and Voices for Choices were asked to speak in favor of abortion, while TFP Student Action took up the anti-abortion banner.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) will be showing the highly offensive play The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told.

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