Cardinal Sean O'Malley's blog must have a policy to stop publishing comments when they reach the magical number of 31. That's the only way to explain why all the traditional Catholics are having their comments in support of the Traditional Latin Mass deleted.
In His Eminence's post on "Attending Meetings in Rome" which has been highly publicized on other blogs, the Cardinal says, "In my comments at the meeting I told my brother bishops that in the United States the number of people who participate in the Latin Mass even with permission is very low... This issue of the Latin Mass is not urgent for our country, however I think they wanted us to be part of the conversation so that we would be able to understand what the situation is in countries where the numbers are very significant."
This blog post of the Cardinal's has upset a good many traditional Catholics, and many have submitted comments to his blog in support of the Traditional Mass. But the comments keep getting deleted. I submitted my own comment, which has subsequently been deleted. All the comments I saw prior to being deleted were respectful, honest and in good taste. But they all supported a greater availability of the TLM.
In all fairness, maybe there is a comment quota for the good Cardinal's blog. Or maybe there is a software glitch. Or maybe, just maybe, there is too much support being shown for a Mass that Cardinal Sean O'Malley said is in poor demand from the laity.