- it's just not practical
- disagree that we need to be archaeologists and return to some time in the past as the answer to our problems
- don't think it will make any difference to the rate of practice (for example, what difference has it made in any diocese where it has been tried?)
- where is confession supposed to fit in (it doesn't appear to be mentioned).
Things are not helped by some of the nonsense that is being sent to us. I will quote one, desperate example, out of context and without names, as I don't want to get myself into trouble (by the way, the internal quotation marks are in the original text):
'He responded by saying that he was minded to do it but does not want to close down discussion of what 'it' will entail... He said that we are still deciding what 'it' is, but whatever 'it' is, we're going to do it...'
Sir Humphrey would be proud!
Regarding IT - I think the ordinary priests may have decided to pitch in their lot with Groucho Marx in the video clip below...