This is hilarious. His Hermeneuticalness, Fr. Tim Finigan, who was recently the object of a mean-spirited hit-piece by Elena Curti in the pages of The Tablet, writes:
The Tablet have asked me to remove this post because it is a breach of copyright for me to quote their article in full. A new copyright-compliant version is available at the post: Responding to the Tablet – legally compliant version
It is hilarious to see the Tablet failing utterly to grasp the concept of publishing on the internet.
During a recent cordial phone chat about this sad affair, Fr. Finigan and I predicted that The Pill would come after him for responding in detail.
Right on schedule.
This says a great deal about The Tablet.
First, they drag him on a hurdle through the liberal parishes and chanceries willing to swallow the their message.
Then they whine when he frees an arm and bloodies their noses with his bonds.
They want him to go quietly.
Bullies are ever craven.
They think they are going to contain what they did to Fr. Finigan.
I checked Wikipedia for The Tablet and found that in 2006 it had a circulation, if the number is accurate, of 23,628. I suppose most of that involves the copies off-loaded in parish churches.
And I hope everyone of them will visit Fr. Finigan’s site!
You know… if they all sent Fr. Finigan £ 1.00 … just to, you know, offset the expense of his ultra-right wing clerical garb …. imagine what The Pill could write about next? Imagine how irritating that would be to the progressivists.