Campaign against gender-ideology in Vienna
On Friday August 17, the TFP Student Action- Europe made a campaign in Vienna against gender-ideology. The campaign included over fifty people that had just finished an Summer University in Gaming, Austria. It had been four days of phenomenal meetings that were put into practice in the streets of Vienna. The campaign was against gender-ideology and leaflets were handed out in English and German. Instead of a campaign in one spot, the TFP marched from the Hofburg to the Stefansdom.
The sheer size of the campaign left many people in awe. Many just stood still and watched as the enormous standards went by. Although they did not know what the TFP stood for, they admired it.
As on the Caravan a couple of weeks prior, the same banner was used. It read “European Crusade for the Family” in three languages, German, English and Dutch. This banner caused the same disturbance since the word “Crusade” irritated them. They believed the TFP was stuck in the past and time was moving on. They realised that this word had to do with fighting and they despised it.
All organizers agreed that this campaign was a major blow against the LGBT movement, reaching one of Europe's largest cities. Our Lady really gave many thanks to all who attended and certainly to everyone who saw the magnificent standard of the TFP.