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.

Campaign against Brooklyn Art Museum

For the second time in recent years, the Brooklyn Museum of Art is at the center of controversy as Catholics protest against portrayals considered blasphemous. In response, the American TFP and its affiliate campaign America Needs Fatima announced today the … Continue reading

A Big No To Corpus Christi at Akron University

When blasphemy reared its ugly head on the University of Akron, faithful Catholics could not remain silent. On February 2-4, American TFP and its America Needs Fatima campaign organized protests and acts of reparation against three performances of the blasphemous … Continue reading

NO! to Dogma on Video

The anti-blasphemy fight continues as the TFP launches a huge protest against Sony’s Columbia Tristar Home Video for producing and distributing the blasphemous movie Dogma on video and DVD. Dogma portrays a supposed descendant of Holy Mary and St. Joseph … Continue reading

Breaking the Silence

Nearly two thousand Catholics gathered in front of New York City’s Lincoln Center to express their outrage at the controversial film, Dogma’s October 4 debut at the New York Film Festival. It was the first of the many protests organized … Continue reading

Protest and Reparation in Manhattan

Thousands of Catholics voice their outrage over the blasphemous play Corpus Christi. When playwright Terrence McNally first conceived the idea of portraying the Second Person of the Holy Trinity as a homosexual in his blasphemous play Corpus Christi, he probably … Continue reading

Last Temptation

1988 – Slightly more than two years after releasing Hail Mary, Universal Studios launched The Last Temptation of Christ. This film portrayed the Sacred Person of Our Lord as a man unsure of his mission, a man full of fears … Continue reading

On the Verge of a Public Blasphemy!

ON THE VERGE OF A PUBLIC BLASPHEMY!   The American TFP Launches a Fervent Appeal — An Open Letter to Universal Pictures Concerning the Film The Last Temptation of Christ   To: Universal Pictures Gentlemen: FOR SOME TIME NOW, reports … Continue reading

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