TFP: Mardis Gras Celebration No Excuse for Blasphemy

A rally of reparation and protest will be held in front of the New Orleans’ City Hall on Saturday, February 3. The peaceful protest is in response to blasphemous and indecent floats where the honor and purity of Jesus and Mary were attacked in the 2005 Mardi Gras parade in the French … Read more

Monsignor Schmitz Visits Washington Bureau

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On Monday, February 19, Msgr. Michael Schmitz of the Institute of Christ the King visited the TFP Washington Bureau for a talk to friends and supporters. Monsignor Schmitz spoke on “The Classical Roman Rite and the Renewal of the Liturgy. In addition, veteran TFP member Robert Ritchie gave a lively presentation outlining … Read more

Catholics to French Quarter Mardi Gras: Keep Blasphemy Out!

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Three hundred Catholics gathered in front of New Orleans City Hall to pray and express their outrage for the blasphemous anti-Catholic floats in the French Quarter Mardi Gras promoted by the Krewe du Vieux parade organizers. The peaceful protest specifically responded to attacks on the honor and purity of the Sacred Heart … Read more

Horizons of Hope: The American TFP Co-sponsors Illinois Pro-life Conference

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On February 3, hundreds of pro-lifers, from Illinois and across the nation, gathered in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois, just outside Chicago, for this year’s annual SpeakOut Illinois conference, which was titled: “Horizons of Hope: The End of Roe.” The program consisted in a series of lectures and finished with a memorial for the … Read more

TFP Attends the Thirty-fourth Annual March for Life

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American pro-lifers have striven to defend the pre-born for the past thirty-four years and the results of their persistence are evident for all: several states have only one abortion clinic, 90% of American counties have none at all and those clinics which remain are closing right and left. After years of struggle, … Read more

Defend the Church in Delaware

Defend the Church in Delaware

Once again, the Delaware state legislature is considering a bill that would open up a two-year “look back period,” allowing victims of sexual abuse to sue long after the statute of limitations for such crimes had expired. In response, the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property is asking … Read more

TFP Student Conference: “Beyond Pro-Life: Why We Must Challenge the Whole Cultural Revolution”

The national headquarters of the American TFP bustled with life on the weekend of the annual March for Life, January 19-22. From coast to coast, guests gathered for informative lectures, lively discussions and camaraderie. At the event, college students battling the pervasive Cultural Revolution renewed their desire and enthusiasm to struggle for … Read more

Going Beyond Pro-Life

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“The pro-life movement has an amazing capacity to unite, impassion and win. However if we are to win the whole Cultural War, we must go beyond pro-life.” This was one of the conclusions of the meeting held at the TFP Washington Bureau on Tuesday, January 23. Well over one hundred TFP members, … Read more

Catholic Student Conference in Peru a Success

From January 8-13, the American TFP’s sister organization in Peru, Tradicion y Accion por un Perú Mayor, held a seminar of Catholic formation for students near the ancient and historical city of Cuzco. This second annual week of lectures, prayer, recollection, and visits to local religious and historical sites inspired its participants … Read more

America Needs Fatima Finishes Year Strong

America Needs Fatima Finishes Year Strong

America Needs Fatima (ANF) finished 2006 with two initiatives it hopes will set the tone for 2007. First, the campaign sent out 85,000 Saint Christopher medals to its supporters across the nation. As Saint Christopher is the patron saint of travelers, it hopes these medals will help protect its members on their … Read more