New Orleans: A Tale of Two Cities

It was early December and many old friends were around the table in lively conversation after months of being scattered across America as part of the “Katrina Diaspora.” Stories of personal adventures and misadventures, loss and separation from family and … Continue reading

Rejecting the Da Vinci Code in the Midwest

As part of campaign against Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code, the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) is holding promotional talks for its new book. During the November 4-6 weekend, American TFP Vice President … Continue reading

This is Not Funny Mr. Ritcher

When graphic designer Scott Ritcher was recently asked why he had made a blasphemous representation of the Sacred Heart with the face of former President Bill Clinton, he responded: “It was just one of those creative moments where you’re just … Continue reading

Viva Cristo Rey on Hollywood Boulevard

On November 14, Hollywood Boulevard was home to an out-of-character event when 125 Catholics assembled at Galaxy Theaters for a rally of peaceful protest and reparation hosted by the American TFP’s America Needs Fatima campaign. The protesters assembled to voice … Continue reading

Defend Our Lady’s Honor

The lesbian “rock opera” Jesus Has Two Mommies will show December 6-7 at the Somerville Theatre in Somerville Mass., four miles north of Boston. Jesus Has Two Mommies mocks the Virgin Birth, the Holy Family, and shows the Child Jesus … Continue reading

Stirring up the Windy City

Throwing mud at the Catholic Church has become fashionable. Whether it be blasphemous artwork, insulting movies or sacrilegious plays, open anti-Catholicism is wide-spread and ever present. Convinced that this is due to Catholics failing to stand up for their beliefs, … 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

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