A permanent deacon, yes, a deacon, hits the nail on the head at the Praytell blog as it concerns Pope Francis and his progressive mentality especially expressed in off-the-cuff remarks and other non magisterial musings:
I suspect that if I had been asked the same question as Pope Francis in a public setting I would have offered up a similar sort of word-salad, expressing similar sorts of sentiments. But there is a peculiar sort of ultramontanism that pays too much attention to the off-the-cuff expostulations of a Pope (not, may I suggest, all that different from those who saw the wearing of the fanon as the harbinger of the imminent restoration of the papal states). Perhaps something official will be forthcoming, maybe in connection with the anniversary of 1517 ... and then you can playfully elbow me and say, “See, I told you so.” At which point I will gladly concede that the papal word-salad was in fact tea leaves, and that you read them better than I.
My comment: And drink the kool-aide tea too!