Remember that viciously about the Tridentine Mass? It was full fo factual errors about the "neighboring" parish where the older Mass is celebratred. It portrayed the people attending that Mass in the worst light. The article was distributed by Catholic News Service, which is an instrument of the USCCB. You might remember this brilliant quip about people who like to attend the older form of Mass:
For them a good liturgy also is one where they don’t have to speak to anyone or do anything. Their whole attitude says "I want no commitment and I want no communication."
Even the newspaper of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, The Tidings, distanced themselves from that awful piece by Daly.
Not so The Catholic Commentator, the diocesan newspaper of Baton Rouge, LA.
They ran Daly’s scurrilous piece in its recent issue!
We have seen the excellence of The Catholic Commentator before when Fr. John Carville wrote some pretty awful things about the usus antiquior. You might remember that one. It was the article that lead off with "At least it isn’t sex scandals this time,…" and went on to opine that interest in the "novelty" of the older Mass would die off soon.
I am unaware that this newspaper has published anything but negative column inches about the Holy Father’s provisions. If they have published anything positive I hope the readers here will chime in.