That was the title of the e-mail waiting in the queue.
I thought: a few years after the Oldmeadow affair, once things had settled down a bit: Graham Greene and Evelyn Waugh both in their pomp; Douglas Woodruf adding a bit of editorial tone. Orthodox Dominicans dazzling us with theology; Jesuits providing a home for Fr Martindale; Ronnie Knox showing what an Ordinariate might aspire to, given that the mainstream Romans can't.
Before the war or after? Hard to decide. Before the Holy Week reforms, but probably during the Pontificate of Pius XII is my best bet, so say 1947 to about 1952.
Fantasy of course: the e-mail was from The Carphone Warehouse, and the Tablet on offer is a tablet.
At least it wasn't The Suppository.