Equality’s Next Victims: Transgendering Our Children

“We Can Do Wonders If We Get Them Early.” —  Dr. Norman Spack, director of Gender Management Service at Boston Children’s Hospital After decades of relentless activism, propaganda, and indoctrination, the general public associates homosexuality not with the lewd scenes … Continue reading

Roses for Rallies in Fatima

As we made our way to the main square in front of the Basilica of Fatima on October 13, we couldn’t help but reflect upon the gravity and symbolism of our mission: to deliver nearly 6,000 red roses and 2,000 … Continue reading

America Says No to Mega Mosque

Few Americans are unaware of the controversy over the proposed Ground Zero mosque in New York City. Thanks to the mainstream media, even fewer are aware of the protest against it on this year’s anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack. … 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

Light Over the East

Every August, the TFP-inspired association Luci sull’Est (Light over the East) sends a “caravan” of TFP volunteers to the Baltic nation of Lithuania, commemorating its hard-won independence from the Soviet Union and spreading the Fatima message. Luci sull’Est is dedicated … Continue reading

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