- Will the subscription prices drop accordingly? I hope so; I don't feel like paying for "glossy stuff and bolder headlines."
- How about real news in the Catholic world? That would be far preferable to the periodic kiss-ups to pro-abortion personalities simply because they are powerful and they toss a few crumbs towards the chancery every now and then.
- What does that mean?
- Less articles from the Catholic News Service (USCCB propaganda machine) would be the improvement. Perhaps they can tap into the Wanderer or EWTN - or our blogs! (stop laughing immediately!)
(Note to the Standard staff: the cessation of your "letters to the editor" was a major factor in my decision to start both the earlier wesite and this blog.)
To summarize: If that is what the Catholic Standard means by "major changes", it will continue its downward spiral to oblivion. It is already irrelevant; there aren't too many of us who take the Standard seriously in terms of finding out what is really happening in the Church. If it truly wishes to reverse its self-destructive course, it will cease being a de facto USCCB mouthpiece with all its progressive panderings. It will join the fight to expose progressive machinations within the Church rather than maintaining silence about them. Somehow I don't think that is their mindset.