It Is Blasphemy, But Certainly Not Art

Blasphemy is often excused by labeling it “art.” However, this sophism cannot be used to justify a low-budget comedy called The Ten, set to debut August 3. There is simply no way it can be considered as art or anything … Continue reading

A First Summer Camp in Ireland

The Irish Society for Christian Civilization had its first summer camp for boys, July 13-19, at the beautiful Cistercian abbey of Mount Saint Joseph, Roscrea, County Tipperary. It was inspired by similar camps that have been held by TFPs in … Continue reading

Rosary Rallies on Target

While October 13 is still over three months away, the task of organizing and coordinating thousands of Public Square Rosary rallies nationwide must be done well in advance. The task of organizing these rallies was the subject of a two-day … Continue reading

Remembering the Victims of Communism

On June 12, the Victims of Communism Memorial was officially unveiled in the presence of government leaders, diplomatic corps members, ethnic leaders, foreign dignitaries and other supporters. Located in the nation’s capital, President George Bush received the memorial on behalf … Continue reading

Join the Public Square Rosary Campaign

Imagine one thousand or more rallies across America in public places. Faithful Catholics carry banners mentioning Our Lady of Fatima and her message. They gather together young and old to pray the rosary. They offer public witness to a message … Continue reading

1,000 Rosary Rally Captains — Help Needed

The target date is October 13 and the goal is two thousand Public Square Rosary rallies nationwide. At the campaign headquarters near Topeka, Kans., coordinator Francis Slobodnik announced that they had reached a milestone of 1,000 Rosary Rally Captains nationwide … Continue reading

Defend the Church in Delaware

Once again, the Delaware state legislature is considering a bill that would open up a two-year “look back period,” allowing victims of sexual abuse to sue long after the statute of limitations for such crimes had expired. In response, the … Continue reading