Events of 2006

Coast to Coast Against Blasphemy

The Sedes Sapientiae Institute and the TFP-staffed St. Louis de Montfort Academy just finished classes for the year, but a group of seven students will not spend their summers lounging on the couch. Led by TFP member Matthew Shibler, they … Continue reading

TFP Launches Pray Campaign for Notre Dame University

So many students and parents had trusted Notre Dame’s new president, Fr. John I. Jenkins, would restore moral order on campus by stopping two blatant anti-Catholic events from occurring year after year: “Queer Film Festival” and “V-Monologues.” However, hopes that … Continue reading

Finding the True Spirit of Holy Week

On Palm Sunday, April 9, the choir of the American TFP sang in a Tenebrae service, arranged by Father Andrew McCormick of Sacred Heart Church, in Swedesburg, Pennsylvania. The service was presided over by Father Robert Pasley of Mater Ecclesia … Continue reading

Why We Fight, Why We Will Win

Spring Break. The words conjure up images of hedonistic college students traveling to far-off, exotic places in search of selfish pleasure. For these students, the modern world is only to be embraced and enjoyed, never mind opposed. The idea of … Continue reading

CPAC 2006 and Conservative America

From February 11- 13, the 33rd annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) was held at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington D.C. With more than 4,000 registered attendees, it is the largest conservative conference in the nation, drawing leaders and … Continue reading

Shameful Queer Studies at DePaul, Catholics Protest

DePaul University is apparently the first Catholic university to formally establish an undergraduate minor program in homosexuality. The new program began in January, sparking controversy and concern over the state of moral decay within higher learning. “I must say the … Continue reading

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