Yes, there was some good in the Wojtylian years - and one example was the professional and steady manner in which the Holy See Press Office and L'Osservatore Romano were guided under the leadership of Joaquín Navarro-Valls, M.D, and Mario Agnes. After the Recife Affair, and the new rubber controversy - both of which were fed by the Press Office/OR -, one can affirm with certainty that the Lombardi-Vian team (and Fisichella, who, NOT COINCIDENTALLY, was the man responsible for the Recife affair and the main ecclesiastical authority in the press conference of presentation of "Light of the World") have as their main concern and as their "editorial line ... to incite doubt on moral matters", as Christine Vollmer affirmed.
One would never have seen matters of life and death, and of spiritual life and death, treated so lightly in the days of Navarro-Valls and Mario Agnes. It is a pity that the Pope has decided to entrust the public communications of the Holy See to (1) a Liberal Jesuit (prostituto-prostituta, Tweedledum and Tweedledee), (2) an agitprop "journalist" who still misses the post-Conciliar years under the great Montini (too bad he got one thing wrong in Humanae Vitae - not that we can't fix this!), and (3) their friend the pro-abortion-in-some-cases Archbishop-for-the-new-evangelization.
Well, at least they are selling lots of books!