Reflections on Women in Combat

One of the most earthshaking decisions of our country in 2015 occurred on December 3, when Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter declared that all combat jobs would become open to women with “no exceptions.” While it is horrible enough that … Continue reading

The Epic Spirit

We need to define what we mean by epopee and the epic spirit well. Epopee is the marvelous, not only the aesthetic marvelous but the marvelous placed in battle array and exposed to risk, even imminent risk. Epopee is the … Continue reading

War Hero Honored as U.S. Marine Corps Turns 237

On the eve of the Marine Corps’ 237th birthday, November 9, TFP members, supporters and friends gathered to celebrate the outstanding service and sacrifice of its military heroes. The event was graced by the distinguished presence of decorated war hero and … Continue reading

The Original Knight in Shining Armor

Saint George was a martyr, a patron of England and suffered at or near Lydda, also known as Diospolis, in Palestine probably before the time of Constantine. According to the very careful investigation of the matter instituted by Father Delehaye, … Continue reading

A Call to Chivalry in the Emerald Isle

You may also like Saint Michael the Archangel, Model of the Perfect Knight Reflections on a Trip to Remember a Great Man How Our Lady Granted Victory at Lepanto 7,515 Rosary Rallies Worldwide on October 15 Reflections on Women in … Continue reading

Finding Our Knights

You may also like Semper Fidelis: Inspiring New Book on Catholic War Hero, Col. John W. Ripley Setting the Record Straight — Book Review of Richard Botkin’s: Ride the Thunder A Case for Moral Courage: How Colonel John Ripley Exemplified … Continue reading

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