For the second time in a month, we’ve had a post begin generating errors and failing to load once the number of comments on it approaches 400. We believe this is a problem with the Disqus plugin, so we’ve had to turn it off for now, until we can find a solution.
This means that the posts in question will load, and the comments should work – just not the way you’re used to.
We’ll turn Disqus back on as soon as we’re able. Thanks for your patience.
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Strange if this is being caused by the number of comments against a post. CM’s “A DISGRACE TO THE CHAIR OF PETER” has 515+ comments and counting.
May I suggest we could all do without Disqus. Many including myself, have had constant blockings traceable back to Disqus. I can’t speak for others but I never express an opinion which is not in so far as I can check, in line with Catholic orthodoxy. I always have and, or am prepared to quote my sources. I do not criticise the current Pontiff and I never us “not nice” words.
We can do without Disqus?
I know a lot of Catholics think Douthat is great.
May want to rethink what he’s really about.
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