Events of 2004

Protesting Two Mommies in Portland

When we found out that the blasphemous production, “Jesus Has Two Mommies” was playing in Portland Oregon on December 1, we knew immediately that we had to protest. It was a point of honor, We can not let Our Lady … Continue reading

Hunting with God’s Majestic Birds of Prey

On Sunday, December 5, a group of more than 60 TFP supporters and friends, mostly fathers and sons, gathered for a falconry exhibition organized by the TFP’s Louisiana Director Thomas Drake. After Mass, attendees gathered for lunch at a restaurant … Continue reading

This is Not Funny Mr. Ritcher

When graphic designer Scott Ritcher was recently asked why he had made a blasphemous representation of the Sacred Heart with the face of former President Bill Clinton, he responded: “It was just one of those creative moments where you’re just … Continue reading

Letter to the President – 2004

The Honorable George W. Bush President of the United States of America The White House 1600Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, D.C. 20500 Dear Mr. President: On behalf of the American TFP’s directors, members and supporters I congratulate you for Tuesday’s election … Continue reading

On Pilgrimage Twelve Months a Year

America Needs Fatima (ANF) has mailed its 2005 Fatima Calendar to 115,000 members across the nation. This year’s calendar features reflections of Brazilian TFP founder, Prof. Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira on the miraculous International Pilgrim Virgin of Our Lady of … Continue reading

Catholics Unite to Face a Polarized America

For a seminar focusing on the divisions inside the nation, the 2004 TFP National Conference was a scene of amazing unity. The Columbus weekend event brought together Catholics of like mind from across the nation for an intense and varied … Continue reading

Miraculous Medal Outreach

America Needs Fatima recently launched a new and important spiritual crusade. Over the next few months, free Miraculous Medals and novena cards will be distributed to tens of thousands of Americans across the nation. In 1830, Our Lady appeared to … Continue reading

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