TFP Recommends Books

Remembering the Forsaken

A Review of the book The Forsaken, An American Tragedy In Stalin’s Russia by Tim Tzouliadis In times of social and political turmoil, it is not uncommon for men to grasp for what appear to be easy solutions. Oftentimes, these … Continue reading

The Family in the Crossfire

There is a war that is very little noted in the media. Like all modern wars, civil liberties and the lives of innocent bystanders, often small children, are at stake. However, this war is not in some faraway land. It … Continue reading

Pelusa, A Marvelous Tale

Renowned Spanish Jesuit, novelist and biographer, Father Luis Coloma, sets out to capture the imagination of the little people in his family in Pelusa. In a riveting story charged with a child-like drama where good triumphs over evil, Father Coloma … Continue reading

A Papal Envoy During the Reign of Terror

When a revolution erupts in the West, the Catholic Church is an early target since it must be quickly neutralized. When the legitimate influence of the clergy and hierarchy is greatly diminished, the revolutionary process advances much more rapidly and … Continue reading

A Link with the Left

Words can have a magical effect on people. Their simple usage can even change the way the public views people and positions. Long ago, the left figured this out and has taken full advantage of the fact. Thus, when homosexuals … Continue reading

Moving God, Moving History

There are times when history is seen from an all-too-human perspective. Granted, man is the principal agent in history. His great deeds and misdeeds fill the history books, blending fact, myth, and legend to intrigue future generations. However, man is … Continue reading

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