Tagged by Moretben, first in his combox (which I could have pretended not to have read), then in mine.
1. Do you attend the Traditional Latin Mass or the Novus Ordo?
I attend the TLM very very rarely: it isn't available in this diocese (or in the neighbouring one) at any time at which an absence of family or work commitments would allow me to attend. On occasion I have been in London and have managed to arrange a schedule which has allowed me to attend. I like to read my TLM for the appropriate Sunday each week.
2. If you attend the TLM, how far do you drive to get there?
3. If you had to apply a Catholic label to yourself, what would it be?
I'll appropriate Piers Paul Read's comment on a description of himself; he said he wasn't a "stern moralist": he was a bad Catholic.
4. Are you a comment junkie?
A bit, but the addicition is under control. If someone writes something that I really like (or rarely, that I really don't) then I like to tell them.
5. Do you go back to read the comments on the blogs you’ve commented on?
Only if I leave a question, or am participating in a continuing discussion.
6. Have you ever left an anonymous comment on another blog?
Yes: though not on Catholic ones.
7. Which blogroll would you most like to be on?
HH the P's, if he had one.
8. Which blog is the first one you check?
Moretben's, when he's posting; otherwise Fr Tim's or Fr Ray's. Occasionally Fr Z (whom God preserve)'s if something is going on.
9. Have you met any other bloggers in person?
Not to my knowledge.
10. What are you reading?
I'm struggling through Anibale Bugnini's "The Reform of the Liturgy": I think I'm gradually coming to an understanding of why things happened the way they did. Light relief comes from "While Rome Burns": collected pieces by Alexander Woolcott (one of the Algonquin Circle). When alert, I am working on an informal peer-review of an article for a historical review for a friend: this means I am reading through various files from the National Archives. And I'm sharing "My Family and Other Animals" with my daughter, who is reading it for the very first time.
Has your site been banned by Spirit of Vatican II?
If it were "the spirit of Vatican II", then I would hope so! See the first part of my answer to question 10, however: I am more and more convinced that Vatican II, or, rather, the decisions of Vatican II, were hijacked by a bunch of people who didn't really know what they were doing, and who were expecting to be stopped at any moment.