OK, this is something that's been rattling around in my cage for a while, and it's probably a good time to give it a go and see what happens.
I'm an oddball, and I know it. I also have had trouble my whole life finding a spirituality (e.g., Franciscan, Dominican, etc.) that I feel comfortable in. And the more I try to discern, the more I think God is kind of leaving it up to me to do something or not, so I will attempt to do something.
What I am going to try to do is start an association of Christian Faithful as provided for under Canon 215 and Canon 216 (1983):
Can. 215 The Christian faithful are at liberty freely to found and direct associations for purposes of charity or piety or for the promotion of the Christian vocation in the world and to hold meetings for the common pursuit of these purposes.
Can. 216 Since they participate in the mission of the Church, all the Christian faithful have the right to promote or sustain apostolic action even by their own undertakings, according to their own state and condition. Nevertheless, no undertaking is to claim the name Catholic without the consent of competent ecclesiastical authority.
The general outline will be the following:
1) The goal is the same as that of the Church - to aid in the salvation of souls, and that will be its highest rule.
2) It will be (at least initially) for men 18 and older. This will be a brotherhood or fraternity of men.
3) The overall charism will be one of penance and service to one's brother by helping them to be better Catholics
4) Each person will choose a secondary charism based on a religious order or Saint that they feel drawn to.
5) It will be based on traditional Catholic practices and a traditional Catholic worldview, but one doesn't have to be a traditional Catholic.
6) It will be appropriate for both the married and unmarried man; the practices, etc., will not be something "undoable" in our day and age.
7) Anyone can leave at any time based on their choice and they will be considered non-members from that point forward, stricken from the membership list and the prayer rolls.
8 ) There are no permanent vows or any vows of that kind, and no one would be kicked completely out (i.e., at the very least they would remain on the membership list and on the prayer rolls) since the charism is to help each other to be better Catholics - we sinners belong there most of all even if one is excommunicated etc.; we would pray God that they come back to Mother Church.
I'll post more at another time when I have it hammered out more. But, I am hopeful that some others after reading what I post will be interested and want to work on getting this started with me. Really the goal is something I said I had a long time ago: I want to be a better Catholic and help others to be better Catholics (and clearly have others help me to be a better Catholic!); and that comes down in my mind to penance and service to others.