Well, since we have Jesuit Pope, I've been wondering what guidance the Anglican Patrimony could offer on the Jesuit Question. Eric Mascall shares this anecdote about Dom Gregory Dix.
Dix was invited, by Cardinal Gerlier of Lyons, to lecture his clergy on Spirituality. In the ensuing discussion he was asked by an unidentified priest whether the Anglican clergy were taught Ignatian spirituality. Dix replied that it was the only kind that most of them were taught, and that this was most unfortunate, as it was a type that was very unsuitable to English people, so that most of them, having tried it without success, abandoned prayer altogether. There was a burst of laughter and the questioner, somewhat disconcerted, sat down with the remark, "Father, that was a very Benedictine sentiment". The Eminent chairman whispered to Dom Gregory, "That was the Father Provincial of the Society of Jesus".
I'm sure there's a profound message in that, given us by Providence for just this time and just this place, but I'm dashed if I can see what it is.