He has launched an offensive against Catholic bloggers (see Fr Simon Henry's post on the matter HERE)
The fact that Catholic schools are not fit for purpose, most of them, and that homosexual Masses are allowed to take place at Farm Street and The Tablet is still for sale at the back of most churches in the Archdiocese of Westminster is all tickety boo in the Archbishop's funny old way of thinking.
But to have Catholics sticking their heads up above the pulpit and witnessing and criticising those who 'run' the Church in England and Wales and beyond is verboten!
At least, in his book.
Catholic bloggers may not always get things right; sometimes we are too cavalier, sometimes we go a shade over the top. But we mean well, don't we?
And all that I read in the blogs written by Catholics would fall under the category of constructive criticism.
If we did not love our Faith we would not bother - would we?
But American Brandon Vogt has some wise words of advice for Bishops who have an aversion to bloggers.
I hope they read his post - HERE
And then, perhaps they might like a little time for reflection.
And then, perhaps they might tackle the inadequacy of RE in Catholic schools, call a halt to priests dressing like slobs, sort out the liturgical abuses, stop the sodo Masse,in short, set their own houses in order.
They might even like to start a blog.