1). Any guesses about the title of the apostolic constitution?
Sure. How about Tiberis Nare? (Now we wait for all the picky Latinists to correct my grammar. . .it's inevitable.)
2). Will Anglican parishes be able to bring property along with them?
I hope so! They don't allow ugly vestments in the Anglican Church. Of course, the Episcopal Church has lately taken to wearing some howlers. Seriously, in the U.S. it would be decided parish by parish, diocese by diocese. In the U.K., you have the whole state religion problem. My fear is that traditionalist Anglicans will resist the urge to Come Home to Rome for no other reason than their churches are actually look like churches instead of urology clinics.
3). What will we call Father's wife?
Ummmm. . ."ma'am"? Most anything but "Mother."
4). What are the main differences between the English translation of the Roman Rite and the rite the Anglican Use parish will use?
The Anglican Use Rite doesn't condescend to the people by assuming that they are too stupid to know what words like "ineffable" mean. The language is actually real English and not committee-speak designed to desacralize the liturgy with fortune cookie inanities.
5). Has there been any response from the Episcopal Church leaders?
Yes, the Presiding Bishopress donned her oven-mitt miter and invoked her goddess, Hecate, to pox the Holy Father. It didn't work; in fact, it backfired. Now she's all itchier and whinier than ever.
* No, these are not real questions. I'm making them up. The answers are real though.