I see so many good things happening in the Church in this country today major things like:
The Pope's visit to the UK
Beatification of John Henry Cardinal Newman
Visit of the Relics of St Therese
The new English translation of the Missal
Announcement of Bishop Longley's move to Birmingham
Ordination of Bishop Moth as Bishop for the Forces
Archbishop Vincent Nichols' appointment to Westminster
Then there are little things, like the quality of so many of those who have been ordained recently, the type of young man that is going to the seminary nowadays, as well as the teaching staff of our seminaries.
There is the growing enthusiasm for prayer, the rise in Eucharistic Devotion, in a more deeply prayerful liturgy, the interest in prayers like the Rosary. There are other things like the way the boys at Westminster Cathedral have started receiving Holy Communion, kneeling and on the tongue and the return to the use of the High Altar there. The increase in the celebration of the TLM, which signifies the hermeneutic of continuity.
Another little thing, the Bishop's Conference have just published online, Jubilate Deo the basic chant of the Church it is just a little thing but it wouldn't have happened a couple of years ago.
Then there are the rumours of a new motu proprio coming shortly which deepen a more prayerful liturgy and a stronger Catholic identity.
I know it is easy to "rain on the parade" and to find negative things or to criticise but I would interested to hear of what you consider to be positive, good things, happening in the Church today.