"I think we want the pope to put order in the church," Mr. Caso-Rosendi said in an email. "The topics are sadly evident and well covered all over the Catholic and secular press. One thing Benedict longed for was liturgical unity. The center of the life of the church is the Mass and one can hardly find two parishes that conduct the Mass in the same way. I would like the liturgical unity, and the liturgical sense to return to the church."
He said the American church needs "to return to 'Fulton Sheen Catholicism,'" which he described as "a fiercely American brand of Catholicism that is distinctive without being disloyal to the ancient doctrine."