Anti-Blasphemy

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The American TFP has been combating public blasphemy and sacrilege since 1978. In that year, it’s first public protest was against a Planned Parenthood pamphlet which contained a horrible caricature of the Blessed Virgin Mary. A crowd of 1,500 Catholics gathered in front of Planned Parenthood’s offices in New York and Planned Parenthood issued an official letter of apology. From that time, the TFP has organized dozens of protests against blasphemies involving art exhibits, plays, movies, cartoons and books. In recent years, the TFP has organized rallies in reparation for satanic black masses performed in Oklahoma and blasphemous Broadway shows and art exhibits in New York City.

Because Our Lord Deserves It

You never know what to expect on college campuses these days. Just after members of TFP Student Action set up their banners, said a prayer and started passing out literature at Millersville University, a visibly angry student with twitching face … Continue reading

Feeling the Heat

When the American TFP petitioned Random House, Inc. for permission to quote The Da Vinci Code in its upcoming book, it expected the response to be entirely pro forma. After all, academic discussion and free exchange of ideas should be … Continue reading

Stop The Da Vinci Code!

The book, The Da Vinci Code, is bad enough. However, now this bestseller is soon to be made into a major movie by Columbia Pictures. To combat the movie before it hits the screens, the America Needs Fatima campaign is … Continue reading

NBC Show Insults the Holy Eucharist

According to the Catholic League, on February 22, NBC aired an unspeakably blasphemous episode of the sitcom “Committed,” in which two non-Catholics accidentally receive the Holy Eucharist at a funeral Mass. Uncertain of what to do, they attempt to slip … Continue reading

No Time Out for Christmas!

Not even Christmas is sacred. Time magazine cites authors that call into question the circumstances of Our Lord’s birth. It seems there is no time out in the nation’s Cultural War. Not even Christmas is sacred. The American Society for … 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

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