From another article about what people want the new pope to be:
Here’s my question:
Once the mourning ends, a new pope is chosen and this great yet diverse body of believers begins to look ahead, can unity flourish again?
Final answer, or a start?
Bishop Peter Jugis offered the quiet dignity appropriate for the first Sunday after the death of Pope John Paul II.
He struck just the right soft-spoken note in praising the pontiff as a man whose gift for language and love of people helped him touch the world. The pope’s physical suffering and death, Jugis told the St. Patrick gathering, deepened our affection for him.
Now here’s where it gets interesting. And harder.
Jugis said he has already been asked what direction the church might take now.
"The direction of Jesus Christ," he declared.
Now that is a great answer. The rest of the the article is typical boilerplate, though he did have to wait for the third Catholic he interviewed to get someone who might agree with him on "celibacy for priests, women in the priesthood, birth control, gays, stem-cell research, Holy Communion for politicians who support abortion rights"