Two stories: First was the decision to reinstate 4 bishops, one which is a holocaust denier, of the Society St. Pius X, a break away group which opposed the reforms of Vatican II.
While there has been much outrage, appropriately so, from the Jewish community, with this reinstatement the rational given by Cardinal Kasper was that the Pope had wanted to bring them back into the fold to “reinforce the unity of the Church”. But there's another story.
The decision to fire a Catholic priest who opposed proposition 8, the ban on gay marriage in California. And the active efforts of the diocese to prevent this former priest from getting a job including threats to defund a non profit that had considered hiring him.
I admit. I haven't seen any indication that the Catholic Church has been interested reconciling liberals within the church. Schismatics are welcomed in, reformers are to be gone after in the church. That doesn't suggest "unity" but something else, which is disturbing.