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

2003

Looking at What We Have Lost

Over the last fifty years, a plethora of liturgical traditions and ceremonial have undeniably been lost. Today, many Catholics experience a growing hunger for the mystery and beauty that they never knew.

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Crime Control not Gun Control in Brazil

Crime Control not Gun Control in Brazil“Crime control” not “gun control” was the message of the National Rifle Association’s Charles Cunningham, who spoke to a standing room only audience in São Paulo Brazil on August 14.

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Surpassing Expectations

Our summer camps are gaining a reputation for being formative, entertaining and exciting. This year·s camp held from August 4-13 at the headquarters of the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property in Spring Grove, Penn. certainly surpassed expectations.

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TFP Sees Federal Marriage Amendment as Part of the Broader Strategy

The American TFP endorses the Federal Marriage Amendment (FMA) as part of a broader strategy against the homosexual agenda. Like other pro-family organizations, the TFP is well aware of amendment's limitations but sees a tactical advantage to endorsing the FMA.

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A Tradition is Born

Setting, timely topics, qualified faculty and eager students were the right ingredients to supply not only an intellectual challenge but all the elements for confirming a new counter-revolutionary tradition at the Third TFP Summer University Course.

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A Visit to Remember

From July 16-25, the famous International Pilgrim Virgin Statue made an unexpected but blessed visit to the national headquarters of the American TFP and the site of its America Needs Fatima campaign, in Spring Grove, Penn.

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The Spirit of Chivalry Lives On

The TFP’s 2nd Annual Call to Chivalry Summer Camp for boys in Louisiana really was quite different. The focus was not on computers or basketball like other camps but on Catholic heroism.

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Rekindling the Controversy

Not content with with the public outrage she caused in 2001, Alma Lopez seems destined to test fate once again. Her blasphemous computer collage "Our Lady" is appearing once again.

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