Much of it, as seen here, is a drawn out version of 'thank you God that you haven't made me like those deplorable sinners over there.' Not to mention the clear and obvious move the Church is making toward somehow trying to find compromise with the post-Christian secular Left. Sure, it's not going to embrace it or just jettison dogma. It doesn't have to. As apologists made clear during the issue of lying, there are thousands of ways to be less than honest to entirely dishonest without actually lying.
So there's plenty of opportunity to stand on the rock of ages while keeping up with the currents of the latest, hippest. That, combined with 'someday may true heroes of the faith not have to contend with deplorable sinners who embarrass the Gospel like those over there' I just don't find much edification any more. Not like I used to. Truth be told, there are some Protestant and even Orthodox and Jewish sites I've found that are fare more spiritually edifying. Sure, sometimes there can be a gem, like this. But on the whole, it's wading through acres of chaff for a few grains of wheat.
Because of this, it's easy to lose site of some real gems out there representing the Church, the traditions, the good of the Faith and the world it helped build in ways that are challenging, edifying, and sometimes downright fun. I give you Jimmy Akin. Mr. Akin is honest enough to admit just embracing everything science says about the universe and evolution isn't easy, and there are legitimate questions worth answering. It's noteworthy that the tone isn't 'loser idiots who aren't as awesome as we are don't like God or science', but rather 'here's some honest questions, let's find some answers. Listen away. Always good and I dare you to listen to the likes of Mr. Akin or John C. Wright and not at least be tugged a bit toward that historic Faith that walked the earth for more than a millennium before Martin Luther.