When compared to the refined popes of the recent past, even Pope John XXIII who came from true Italian peasantry, but refined by his humble acceptance of the kingly office of the papacy, we can say Pope Francis has not been humbled or refined by the institution foisted upon him but has brought the institution to his level of vulgarity.
I use the word vulgar as one would speak of the vulgar language. We Italians speak of some Italians who are vulgar but fun, they shoot from the hip, generalize and denigrate and do it all in a humorous way, what we Americans call our crazy uncle.
Thus this segment of The World Over captures why Pope Francis has become such a divisive and polarizing figure of a Pope. His Holiness is his own worst enemy and brings defeat out of the goodness he might have accomplished through his use of imprecise language and invectives towards those who point out his weaknesses and the grotesque anger and division which his words and gestures create almost everywhere in the Catholic world.
Of course the very invectives Pope Francis compulsively uses because he can't help himself are toward the kind of Catholics the three in this video represents who represent a vocal loyal opposition to the direction the Pope is leading the Church: