A reader has contacted Protect the Pope to ask us to spread the word that young Catholics have set up a facebook page with the purpose of putting like-minded Catholics in contact with each other who want to stop The Tablet being sold in parishes. One of the young people wrote:
‘A group of my friends mainly young people started up this Facebook page and I would be grateful if you could post it on your site to encourage our bishops to stop the anti-Catholic Tablet from being stocked in our parishes. It may seem like a silly venture and wont do anything, but more and more I am seeing young people begin to see behind the lies of The Tablet, CAFOD and the Roehampton Institute.
We have also got a good few oldie’s liking the page too now!’
The new facebook page explains:
In view of the Editor of the Tablet’s comments on Channel 4 News (please see the link below). We the undersigned do not believe that it is appropriate for the Bishops of England and Wales to continue supporting this publication. By virtue of doing so they are providing a platform for an organisation which does not support the teachings of the Church. If the Tablet was not there the Media would not be able to approach the Tablet for comments (on Church matters) which undermine the Catholic religion.”
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Protect the Pope comment: I invite all loyal and faithful Catholics who read Protect the Pope to sign up to this much needed campaign to stop to The Tablet being sold in parishes. We must do everything we can to get the truth known in our community that The Tablet is no longer a Catholic newspaper. Deacon Nick