However, turning to the letters page and your 'traddie' brow may drop at the comments made by Father Julian Shurgold from Sutton, Surrey.
You can read the letter for yourself here.
Now, this blog is not about Bishop Conry and his reasons for resigning. It is not for me to judge him. Clearly, Bishop Conry tendered his resignation to the Holy Father for reasons known fully to himself and those reasons have been aired elsewhere. Additionally, it is well reported that Bishop Conry was not a proponent of Traditional Liturgy.
But, in what he cites as "partisan" reporting of the issues in A&B at this time, surely in his letter, Father Shurgold achieves the same result. A blatant expression of a partisan anti-trad opinion in the guise of support for Bishop Conry.
Does he consider the "biretta brigade" as being somehow implicit in the Bishop's demise from office? If not, then why use the letter to be so anti-trad?
If Father wishes to support Bishop Conry then that is his prerogative. I chose to support the Bishop and the people of Arundel and Brighton through prayer and petition rather than through bashing the biretta brigade!