I don't think the Tablet can cope with the Church in the Modern World, one blogger suggested it might be sponsored by "Saga", it is full of nostalgic, looking backwards to the time when it cutting edge and its staff youthful.
They put up survey looking at the change in Mass texts introduced last Advent. I went to see if they had published the results yet, they haven't. But then they had to change the original survey a couple of times because, ...well, I except whoever compiled the survey doesn't actually go to Mass that often.
So if you click on the appropriate page you get this, "... this survey replaces one that was on our site briefly last weekend and which we unfortunately had to take down due to technical difficulties. That means any submission received before Wednesday won't be counted in our survey results".
Interestingly the new survey asks about attachment to the Traditional Mass presumably because that wickedly charitable Fr Zhulsdorf got his hordes to respond, just to help the Tablet out. Or maybe it just the Tablet suspects those who actually have the affrontary to prefer the new translations might also be rabid enough to go to Mass in both "Forms". Being the Tablet and riddled with nostalgia they refer to it disparagingly as the "Tridentine" Mass.
They have also caught onto the fact that some people in dim appartments in Montana might actually spend all night, clicking on the survey over and over again.
I would have loved to have seen the results of the survey before it was "re-presented", I suspect it might have made Ma and co choke on their hobnobs.
Do have yet another go, see if they prefer the revised text of the survey rather than old ICEL version cobbled together on the back of a Warwick Street Newsletter.