I don’t pay attention to advertisements, and look something up in consumer magazines instead to get the real story. This would include advertisements from publications. I have been reading the Register for 40 years and greatly admire it. The Reporter was a dissident paper from the beginning, when the bishop in St. Louis in the 1960s where it is published said that he thought that those on that paper were automatically excommunicated (though I grant that this was an opinion, not a definite statement, still the opinion of the local ordinary about it should have some importance). There have been several treads here on scandal, and I presume that the Reporter is guilty of this, as defined as leading others into sin by what your actions.) I would presume that the teaching of St. Paul to avoid evildoers in the Church is valid in the case of the Reporter too.