It seems like there is a Protestant incursion in many parishes. It is not like in the past. In the past, certain Protestants could only hope that disgruntled former Catholics or lapsed Catholics would find their way into a Protestant fellowship (especially the nondenominationals, which seem to be full of ex-Catholics).
Nowadays, it seems like some Protestant programs are muscling their way into Catholic parishes, and the Catholic parishes only seem more than willing to accommodate these Protestaants, in the spirit of ecumenism, but in reality it is compromise. Alpha is a Bible study program with a Protestant curriculum, but some Catholic parishes participate. Also the “Life in the Spirit” seminar is charismatic Protestantism which has wormed its way into some Catholic parishes. In my own Diocese, there is a Protestant Bible scholar going around to different parishes teaching Bible studies from a Protestant perspective.
In the past, they may have tried to lure Catholics away from St. Miscellaneous into Good Book Baptist. Nowadays they are trying to turn St. Miscellaneous INTO Good Book Baptist.