The Archdiocese of Westminster won't answer Ches's questions about Quest booking a diocesan venue for a Conference, and now Mass is to be celebrated publicly for Quest.
The dioceses of England and Wales are asked by a blogger how many exorcists there each have and the Communications Officer for the Diocese of Middlesborough not only refuses to asnswer him but tells him that blogging should be made a serious criminal offence.
The Catholic Truth Society has issued an instruction which accompanies just about every copy of the new translation available to Catholics in parishes that says that Holy Communion is to be received standing.
Add to this the ongoing Catholic Voices brouhaha (a good Humptydumptyish word), some remarkable examples of secular priests being moved about, and you don't need to see albino monks to think that something might be afoot.
In Austria and Ireland, the rebellion is being led by priests inn parishes. In this country it seems to be being led by apparatchiks in Eccleston Square and diocesan curiae.
We are in for some interesting times, and the longer the Pope lives, the more interesting. Imagine all what will be let loose if the SSPX manages to stay reasonably united and sign anagreement with Rome!