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A Return to Order Tour in Maine

During the second week of June, author John Horvat visited the State of Maine to spread the message of his book, Return to Order.  Accompanying him was fellow author and TFP member Norman Fulkerson, who … Continue reading

Perpetual Adolescence: When Coming of Age Doesn’t Come

Parents have always complained about the children. These complaints usually stop when their children grow up and assume responsibilities. Something has changed with this generation. Many youth are neither growing up nor assuming responsibility. America … Continue reading

How the West Became A Shepherdess of Wolves

Once upon a time, there was a shepherdess who was charged with keeping her sheep in the pasture and away from the clutch of the terrible wolves. Over the years, the shepherdess worked long and … Continue reading

When Planning the Birth of a New Society, Invite the Mother

At a class at Acton University, Dr. Carrie Gress was lecturing about the Benedict Option and somewhat informally proposed a Marian option. She said she was impressed by the interest the proposal sparked. I happened to … Continue reading

The Father Figure As He Should Be

The figure of the father is under attack these days. To those who insist upon total equality, he is seen as an overbearing figure who has long abused his power. Like all symbols of authority, … Continue reading

The Gift of Marriage and the Proper Role of Parents in the Education and Formation of Their Children

His Highness Duke Paul of Oldenburg is director of the Brussels Bureau of Fédération Pro Europa Christiana. He has often been the honored guest and speaker at American TFP conferences and is a frequent participant … Continue reading

Praise for Return to Order — Gregor Hochreiter

“Return to Order is a very timely and valuable publication. The author Mr. Horvat does an excellent job in excavating the underlying root of the recurrent economic crises. It is the loss of the golden … Continue reading

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