The danger with Pope Francis off-the-cuff remarks and less than clear rhetoric (which Jesuits were once well trained prior to the Council) is that he can be read or spinned through whatever and who ever and any kind of ideology, some very, very distant from Catholic truth.
Thus one would hope that the advisors to the Pope, especially those in America, like Cardinal Sean O'Malley will see this kind of spin and alert the pope. It is this kind of spin, not only in terms of the image below but in many other "culture" issues of the day, that Pope Benedict helped the Church Militant to confront and we were recovering from the disastrous pastoral theology of the 1970's that threw the baby out with the bathwater in terms of the faith and morals of the Church and teaching these unambiguously.
I see nothing in Pope Francis that says he is going to change infallible truths that in fact he cannot change since he has no authority whatsoever to do so. Liberals think they can change infallible truths about doctrine and morality. They are wrong. If the pope can't do it, neither can they.
At any rate, here is a sign of the danger that Pope Francis "rhetoric" can cause to the faithful, especially those formed by the coloring book Catholicism of the 1960's and 70's. Let us pray that Pope Francis is aware of the American problems that may not have been present in South America!