Pope Sigmund Freud? The Holy Father does seem to be preoccupied as though the same song is playing over and over again in His Holiness' head, as clerics of his age, with the rigidity of Catholics, especially seminarians and priests. The progressive seminaries of the 1970's and 80's were particularly concerned with seminarians who were rigid about doctrine, opposed to women priests, deacons and bishops as well as altar girls and female Extraoridnary Ministers of Holy Communion and lectors.
If they prayed the Rosary everyday, were pro-life and were seen praying before the Most Blessed Sacrament and agitating for Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament, these things didn't bode well for them.
I can only venture a guess, but the filth in the seminary amongst seminary personnel and seminarians of the 70's and 80's was not primarily the rigid conservatives, but the progressives who were irreverent, narcissistic and careless about the liturgy, morality and doctrine. The loosey-goosey progressives have corrupted the Church, not the rigid and scrupulous. And if either of these groups have psychological issues, please refer them to actual psycho-therapy by professionals.
So why the preoccupation with rigid Catholics. How many of the 12% of Catholics who actually bother to attend Mass in New York are rigid????? And the 88% who don't go certainly are not scrupulous about their Faith, are they?
Holy Father, stick to the Faith, Morals and Canon Law of the Church--your mandate is to "Teach, Rule and Sanctify" not to be Pope Sigmund Freud!