Five Things to Thank God for on Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving has become a secular holiday. It is a time for family get-togethers, sports events and shopping trips. There is some, but not enough giving of thanks on Thanksgiving. Moreover, when gratitude is felt, it frequently remains just a feeling … Continue reading

Four Ways to Defy the Culture on Black Friday

Anyone can stand in a line for hours on end and burst into Walmart trampling people underfoot on Black Friday. The scene has become so ordinary and scripted that most people don’t even notice anymore. Shoppers fighting over Barbie dolls … Continue reading

A Truly Grand and Awe-inspiring Mass

In honor of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, on August 15, a Solemn High Mass was celebrated at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in the heart of Philadelphia, Penn. Fr. Robert Pasley of Mater Ecclesiae … Continue reading

“She Protected Me on the Water”

  On November 22, TFP supporter Sergio de Paz brought a pilgrim statue of Our Lady of Fatima to the home where Cuban child refugee Elian Gonzalez spent four short months. The six-year old boy was rescued at sea while … Continue reading