Events of 2008

Faithful Catholics Reject V-Monologues at Notre Dame

Once again, controversy is dividing the University of Notre Dame. Catholics everywhere applauded Bishop John D’Arcy’s recent condemnation of the crude “V-Monologues” at Notre Dame, hoping it would convince university officials to ban the feminist play. After all, the production … Continue reading

“Bodies Revealed” Protest in Kansas City

On Palm Sunday, nearly fifty supporters and friends of the American TFP gathered in front of Union Station in Kansas City, Mo. to protest the ‘Bodies Revealed’ exhibit. This highly offensive exhibit which places actual human bodies on display in … Continue reading

Meeting Together in St. Louis

On March 30, the American TFP held a regional one-day conferences in St. Louis. Nearly fifty people attended the program held at the St. Agnes’ Home of the Carmelite Sisters of the Divine Heart of Jesus in the suburb of … Continue reading

Spreading the Fatima Message Far and Wide

With the publication of its new book: Fatima: A Message More Urgent Than Ever, the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) and its America Needs Fatima campaign will be spreading the Fatima message far and … Continue reading

Ford Concedes, Victory Declared!

A twenty-four month boycott against Ford Motor Companies, led by the American Family Association (AFA) and co-sponsored by Tradition, Family and Property Inc. and other groups has now ended with success. The boycott began when conservative groups led by AFA … Continue reading

Remembering Cuba’s Victims of Communism

After the fall of the Berlin Wall, many Americans seem to have forgotten that just 90 miles south of Florida is a communist gulag that continues to persecute its people. Every year, thousands of Cubans brave the open sea on … Continue reading

V-Monologues Attacks Morality on 19 Catholic Campuses

According to the Cardinal Newman Society, the play is a conglomeration of vulgarities, obscenities and explicit discussions of sexuality and sexual encounters including lesbian activity and masturbation. “The play tramples purity, modesty and degrades women. It openly flaunts sins against … Continue reading

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