A forgotten element in Benedict XVI's plan for a growing together of the different liturgical tendencies in the Latin Churches was his hope that the Ordinary and Extraordinary forms would enrich each other.
And that they would do so gently and harmoniously. He had no desire for the sort of rabid bigotry which has become such a lamentable element in the every-day enforcement of Bergoglianity in its currently vicious and most intolerant form.
Yet such a rapprochement is already precedented.
In the Ordinariate Rite, Mass may optionally begin with the 'old' Preparation at the foot of the Altar. The S Pius V silent Offertory prayers may optionally replace those of S Paul VI. And, at the end of Mass, the Johannine Prologue, 'the Last Gospel', may optionally follow the Blessing.
And these three elements are authorised over the signature of PF's very own Roche.
Of course, even the 'legislation' of PF in no way prohibits the use of Latin. Even for PF, it would be preposterous for 'Rome' to attempt to prohibit in the name of Vatican II what Vatican II explicitly mandated: the continued use of Latin.
Such an extension to all Latin-Rite clergy of the permissions freely available to ex-Anglican priests would be an Enrichment as well as a welcome henotikon.
Legislation to effect this would enable the next stage in the Mutual Enrichment to be gently and christianly discerned.
Early business for the next pontificate?
Malevolent Cupichians would dislike this ... but ... how many readers would lose any sleep about that?