Saint Peter Armengol

Peter Armengol was born in Guárdia dels Prats, a small village in the archdiocese of Tarragon, Spain in 1238. He belonged to the house of the barons of Rocafort, descendants of the counts of Urgel, whose ancestors were directly linked … Continue reading

God Came the First Year

Binghamton City Hall, New York, was the scene of a spiritual and psychological battle on June 4, 2010. On one side of the street one could see the white and gold Papal flag in front of a group of forty … Continue reading

Medieval Paternalism and Progressivist Neo-Slavery

What should be thought of the quotes below? “Whereas the interest in and tendency toward maximum productivity continue to be dominant and absolute, private property has ceased to be a projection of the individual, a kind of necessary support of … Continue reading

Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira: His Early Years

On the anniversary of the birth of Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira, founder of the Brazilian TFP and inspirer of TFP sister organizations around the world, the American TFP web site offers its readers a biographical sketch of this man who … Continue reading

The Rabbit

Of the three principles affirmed in the name TFP – Tradition, Family and Property – only the third, that is, property, is contested with a certain insistence. This disagreement comes primarily – and naturally so – from socialists and communists, … Continue reading

The Month of Mary

During the month of May – the month of Mary – we feel a special protection of Our Lady that extends to all the faithful; we feel a special joy that shines and illuminates our hearts expressing the universal certainty … Continue reading

Storming Heaven in Reparation

All across the nation, nearly 500 groups, families or individuals prayed a Holy Hour of Reparation before the Blessed Sacrament. The effort was in response to a sacrilegious scandal at Most Holy Redeemer Parish in San Francisco when two transvestites … Continue reading

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