At the website of the diocesan newspaper of the Diocese of Brooklyn there is an editorial dated 2 March about the legacy of Pope Benedict XVI. HERE
While the editorial is positive and has some good points there is a glaring omission.
The editorial mentions many of the documents and deeds of Pope Benedict, it ignored perhaps his most important and most lasting accomplishment:
This 2007 Motu Proprio is the clearly one of the most important things Pope Benedict did during his too short pontificate.
Revitalization of our sacred liturgy is slowly taking place, especially through younger clergy and seminarians (future priests), by what I call the “gravitational pull” created by use of the traditional forms. The number of places where the traditional Roman Rite is use are growing. The number of priests and people involved is growing. I don’t think we can say that the same sort, the same kind of growth is happening with the post-Conciliar form.