As TFP member Norman Fulkerson and I arrived at St. Anthony’s Franciscan Monastery in downtown Boston, a feeling of apprehension seized me. It was Ash Wednesday and we knew that St. Anthony’s held Masses and distributed ashes all day long. … Continue reading
April 2003 Dear Faithful Catholic, As you know, the Seal of Confession is a very sacred and significant part of the Sacrament of Penance. This promise of inviolability allows repentant sinners to approach the priest with confidence even when facing … Continue reading
On Sunday, February 9, the American TFP vibrant supporter network in St. Louis held a local launching for the hard-hitting book just authored by the TFP Commission for American Issues, I Have Weathered Other Storms: A Response to the Scandals … Continue reading
On Friday, January 24, the TFP Washington Bureau invited friends and supporters to a local launching for the hard-hitting book just authored by the TFP Commission for American Issues, I Have Weathered Other Storms: A Response to the Scandals and … Continue reading
The Catholic Church in America is facing one of the worst crises in its history. As in all catastrophes, the landscape is mired in chaos and disorder. Torrents of newsprint have exposed the sexual-abuse scandals but also have devastated the … Continue reading
Allow Reforms in the Church, or Be Labeled an Accomplice to Sexual Abuse How Some Pressure Groups Are Fomenting Revolution Inside the Church On June 1, the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) sent a … Continue reading
Child abuse is not the only the item on the agenda in Dallas. Pressure groups, with extensive coverage from the secular media, are taking advantage of the crisis to foment revolution inside the Church. In the June 13 issue of … Continue reading
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