I know not the reason for this; I wish the organisation well, I am not sniping at them.
But, on the other hand we have Michael Voris and Church Militant.
You cannot visit the Catholic blogosphere without seeing the Daily Voris.
He's there, tackling the topic of the day, as fresh and as regular as one's daily bread.
As strong as St Michael and may God bless him in his good work.
And to those who state that they are not enamoured of his forthright approach let me ask the question: "If John the Baptist was with us in the flesh today, how do you think he would sound?"
Answer: "Uber forthright" methinks.
The great saints have never minced their words, Campion, Pro, Fisher, Catherine of Sienna - all were outspoken in their day; they did not pussy-foot around with political correct words and phrases, they spoke on the teachings of Christ, straight from the shoulder.
And where are our great orators today? Is there a Monsignor Knox or a Fr McNabb OP in the country?
Or a Chesterton or a Belloc?
We need Michael Voris, desperately; we need more like him; we need Catholic women (especially) who can speak out on Faith issues.
I don't believe in wasting time in re-inventing the wheel; why should there not be a British satellite group stemming from Church Militant? No snub intended for Catholic Voices, their agenda is quite a distinct one from Voris's with a different profile and, unless they were prepared to kick it out and start again, I don't think that it would work.
It's a bit like asking the question: Who is there who could lead the Conservative Party if David Cameron resigned tomorrow?
Not many, if any names spring to mind. Can you think of anyone? To speak for the Faith, I mean.