Don't get me wrong, I am glad I no longer smoke and that public places no longer allow smoking. I think we fall into the heresy of dualism if we think we don't have to take care of our bodies since these are mortal and thus the care of our immortal soul is the primary concern to the neglect of the body.
But in our modern culture, care of the mortal body or satisfying its every craving eclipses the care of the soul and saving it from the corruption of sin and demonic forces.
Thus Pope Francis is unambiguous about the detrimental use of tobacco and contributing to the bad health illnesses it brings to the body.
But when it comes to the mortal sins associated with sex, marriage, adultery and mocking the sacredness of the marital act when one isn't married to their partner, discernment, flexibility, ambiguity and encouragement to make a sacrilegious Communion reigns.
And the kicker is that the Pope calls the Church a field hospital, which in fact is a beautiful metaphor, but does not allow the doctors of the Church to use the actual terms to diagnose and name the moral disease that afflict sinners, such as "living in sin", "adulterous union" "fornicator", "disordered" and the like.
This is also the heresy of dualism, no?