Catholic Perspective

“Why Don’t They Tell us These Things”

It often happens that while traveling with the Fatima statue we get into conversations with host families about the Fatima message. Such was the case one evening in Atlanta, Georgia while chatting with one father and his 12 year old … Continue reading

“She Protected Me on the Water”

  On November 22, TFP supporter Sergio de Paz brought a pilgrim statue of Our Lady of Fatima to the home where Cuban child refugee Elian Gonzalez spent four short months. The six-year old boy was rescued at sea while … Continue reading

DeGeneres Will Not Play God

Protesters can claim one more case where protesting has proven effective. The Hollywood remake of the comedy “Oh God!” planned for this summer will not be going anywhere soon. Last fall, Hollywood announced with some fanfare the news that Jerry … Continue reading

Ebay Changes Policy, Catholics Rejoice

Once again, protests have been proven effective. After receiving an avalanche of protest emails, petitions and calls eBay has changed its policy and will now refuse to sell consecrated Hosts and other sacred objects. In an email sent to protestors, … Continue reading

Judging Terri

For some years now the case of Theresa (Terri) Schiavo has sparked a white hot controversy in American public opinion. After collapsing at home early in 1990, Terri has been in what some call a Persistent Vegetative State (PVS). Brain … Continue reading

Vigilance: A Counter-Revolutionary Virtue

Modern man has a certain understanding of the virtues. When asked about them, meekness and kindness, even justice and fortitude immediately come to mind. However, there is one virtue which is almost entirely unknown. This virtue, which “…comprehends the rest, … Continue reading

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