Rosary for America

Share this great news with your friends on Facebook! There are still signs of Catholic militancy in America. This can be seen in the growth of the pro-life movement and in the rejection of blasphemous films like The Da Vinci … Continue reading

The Curse of the Da Vinci Code

Times have not been good for electronic media giant Sony. The New York Times recently carried a short article that reported the company has lost 37 percent of its market value over the last six years. It has been hit … Continue reading

A Missed Message

The recent movie, The Golden Compass, is little more than a reinterpretation of Sony films’ blasphemous The Da Vinci Code, reengineered for children. Many writers have rightly criticized the film from its multiple censurable aspects, and who could blame them? … Continue reading

In Protest We Stand

The blasphemous film, The Golden Compass premiered in theaters around the nation on December 7, 2007. It portrays the Church as the evil “Magisterium” that seeks to control men by stealing their souls and promotes a gnostic message similar to … Continue reading

The Da Vinci Code One Year Later

It seems like ages but it was barely a year ago when media hype was heralding The Da Vinci Code as the unstoppable and unforgettable film of 2006. Like the book that dominated The New York Times Best-Seller list for … Continue reading

Catholics to French Quarter Mardi Gras

Three hundred Catholics gathered in front of New Orleans City Hall to pray and express their outrage for the blasphemous anti-Catholic floats in the French Quarter Mardi Gras promoted by the Krewe du Vieux parade organizers. The peaceful protest specifically … Continue reading

Holy Hour Unites Thousands in Reparation

After fighting blasphemy for four consecutive weekends outside theaters showing the Da Vinci Code film, American TFP members strove to make their protests bear fruit by attending a holy hour of Eucharistic adoration on June 18, from 5-6 P.M. at … Continue reading

Rally of Reparation for Sony’s Da Vinci Code

When Sony Pictures turned The Da Vinci Code book into a movie, Americans nationwide responded with acts of reparation and protest. Now, after over 2,000 protests in front of theaters, the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and … Continue reading

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