My friend Fr. Ray Blake posted to his blog about an outstanding idea (slightly edited).
[A] number of Scottish dioceses are going to become vacant soon, the same is true in England. What should one do? Write!
Write to the Congregation of Bishops
His Eminence Marc Card. Ouellet,
Prefect of the Congregation for Bishops
Palazzo della Congregazioni
Piazza Pio XII
00120 Vatican City
Write to the Nuncio
Archbishop Antonio Mennini
Apostolic Nuncio to the Court of St. James
Wimbledon London SW19 5NE
Write in praise of good and faithful priests. The Holy See is always pleased to hear of men who would make good bishops. The one complaint I hear from priests in Roman dicasteries is that they hear too little from Britain.
Before and after and whilst you write pray, pray for holy priest and even holier bishops.
For the sake of those on the other side of the Atlantic:
Most Reverend Carlo Maria Viganò
Apostolic Nuncio to the United States of America
3339 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington DC 20008
You might want to review my tips about how to write to a bishop or an office of the Holy See. Those notes have to do more with lodging complaints or perhaps petitioning for the use of the provisions of Summorum Pontificum, but they can be applied also to writing to thank someone or praise another. Of course in your letters of praise it okay to write about how you feel about the topic, but don’t go over the top into hagiography.
My experience is that many of the people who rouse themselves to write do so from ire or frustration. As a result their missives are generally negative in content and in tone. However, positive letters are very welcome and obtain real attention especially in that they are the so much rarer.
Consider writing positive letters to your priests and bishops when you see something going well.