I Knew Jim Pouillon

When I first heard of the recent murder of pro-lifer Jim Pouillon, I thought the name was familiar. When I saw a picture, I remembered. I met Mr. Pouillon at the University of Notre Dame back in May when activists … Continue reading

A Juggernaut of Anti-Catholicism

Little has been reported about ongoing violence in Orissa, India, the country’s 9th largest state in India with a population of 36.7 million, of which one percent are Catholic. Throughout the state, a significant anti-Catholic bias reigns. Converts tend to … Continue reading

When Perseverance Pays Off

The recent closing of the last abortion clinic in South Dakota is a landmark for the pro-life movement in the United States. Since 1973, when Roe v. Wade legalized abortion, over 48,000,000 babies have been killed, roughly three-quarters of the … Continue reading

Braving the Storm

When Jerry Springer arrived in Washington D.C. at the Studio Theater, the TFP was primed and ready to deliver their message: Jerry Springer: The Opera is BLASPHEMY!

Pope Benedict XVI’s Visit to the U.S.

On the occasion of Pope Benedict XVI’s recent visit to the United States, the American Society for the Defense of Tradition Family and Property (TFP) welcomed him on the streets of Washington when he was returning to the Vatican Embassy … Continue reading

The Twenty-Eighth State?

So far, twenty-seven states have amended their constitutions to protect traditional marriage. Pennsylvania may be on the way to becoming the twenty-eighth state. On March 17 the Pennsylvania Senate Judiciary Committee held a public hearing on the proposed amendment. The … Continue reading