He doesn't want to exclude anyone who is baptized (and maybe even the unbaptized eventually) from receiving Holy Communion.
I feel that majority of post-Vatican II Catholics, who actually attend Mass on occasion, would follow Francis unreservedly in all of this.
The small minority of post-Vatican Catholics who want the Church as Pope Benedict was leading it, in continuity with the pre-Vatican II Church is the other group. They want to interpret Vatican II in continuity with the pre-Vatican II Church not in rupture with it as Pope Francis interprets things today, telling everyone that this is a result of the Holy Spirit and the God of surprises.
What is important to remember is that Schism as defined by the Church is separating oneself from the Supreme Pontiff and going it independently of him, such as at the Great Schism.
We have a small semi-schism with the SSPX, but not fully like the full schism of the Orthodox.
I have opined over the years what I would do if the Church under the pope left me in the dust, so to speak. I have always prayed that I would stick it out in the desert until God restored the Church under the pope to God's liking. I still ask for that grace.