I came across this amusing little event from the Papal visit: http://liveshots.blogs.foxnews.com/2010/09/19/one-protester-the-pope-would-have-liked/ It gave a shrewd (if belated) idea about what should have been put on the outside wall of God's Drawing Room. Take your triptych on the wall, put a bearded, married Eastern orthodox cleric in the St John the Evangelist position with a red tick under it, do the same in the BVM position with a female cleric in Anglican choir dress and have da Holy Fadda in the middle with and big red "X" underneath and "Drop the Filoque!" as a superscription. It's clever, mildly amusing and subtly delivers a triple critique: Rome is out of step on married clergy, women clergy AND Trinitarian Doctrine!! Hindsight is, of course wonderful!
I rather enjoyed the Rowan Williams dig at Benedict: "I have 2 things in common with the Holy Father: I love cats and I'm hospitably inclined towards Anglican clergy." Very gentle, but rather funny. Nice one RW!