The referenced article was posted this year shortly after Palm Sunday (I do not remember exactly where in this forum or the exact date).
My reading of the article, which began with a description of an Eastern Rite Catholic liturgy, is quite different from what Mr Bransom now claims. In response to the article and to comments, many of which were quite negative about American Catholic liturgies, particularly eucharistic matters, Mr Bransom succeeded in shutting down the thread. I am curious if he will deny the fact that he called for the thread to be closed, which happened shortly thereafter.
Now if there is a more pleasant word for censorship, then perhaps I should have used it. But I don't know another word, unfortunately.
When one attempts and succeeds at shutting down a thread where there are no obscenities, threats of violence, etc - merely opinions that one doesn't like - wouldn't that qualify as censorship? Again, I emphasize that it was a civil discussion, like many others on this forum. The only complaint, which was voiced by Mr Bransom, was that in comparison with the Eastern Rites, the contemporary Roman Catholic Church IN AMERICA - not universally - was criticized, in a fairly objective manner, I might add, nothing hateful.