Some people are making connections between the wacky schismatic leanings of the strange Archbishop Milingo and the possible derestriction of the "Tridentine" Mass via an indult issued by the Pope and dialogue with Anglicans, even consideration of the Anglican Use in unity with the Roman Pontiff.
There is a connecting thread. They all concern schism in some way.
Milingo has demonstrated that he can back up his weird rhetoric with actions. The SSPX are in schism and they intend to stay in schism until conditions change. The Anglicans are in schism for a long while now, though some of them have reconciled.
In each case, concessions are being required. In the case of the SSPX and the Anglicans there are serious liturgical dimensions to the dialogue.
The case of Miligno is very troubling. His antics present some potential for disturbing the vibrant and fairly young Church in Africa. It is understandable that the Holy Father would want to hear what heads of dicasteries have to say about this.