On Saturday, Pope Francis spoke about proper catechisis and then went on to say this about the Magisterium:
“The catechesis inspired by the Council,” said Pope Francis, “is continually listening to the heart of the man, always with an attentive ear, always seeking to renew itself.”
Pope Francis insisted: “The Council is the Magisterium of the Church. Either you are with the Church and therefore you follow the Council, or you interpret it in your own away, according to your desire, you do not stand with the Church.” He asked that there be no concessions “to those who try to present a catechesis that does not agree with the Magisterium of the Church.”
Much of what he said was off the cuff and thus Vatican News did not report everything because off the cuff remarks lead to mass confusion.
I was a bit confused about what he said about handing on the faith of Vatican II as it is the Magisterium of the Church, which indeed it is. But was he speaking about a return to "coloring book catechesis? No he wasn't. He was speaking about Vatican II not some spirit for a liberal heterodox approach or an approach that fails to acknowledge what Vatican II taught authentically, not in the a warped interpretation.
But this is one of the examples Pope Francis used in his off the cuff remarks which can be found in Italian in its entirety. I copy this from two comments at Praytell, the most important of which is Fr. Anthony Ruff's translation of the Italian:
Alex Sheffield says:
That wasn’t included in the report at Vatican News so I didn’t know about it. Thanks for alerting me to it.
Readers can find the entire address in Italian here: https://www.chiesacattolica.it/968876-2/
Francis speaks at some length of those bishops who led the faithful to reject Vatican II because they were supposedly the true Catholics. Then he says “today they ordain women.” Then he says the most severe attitude of guarding the faith without the magisterium leads to ruin. It is possible, as you suggest, that he is referring to both examples he just cited. It is also possible, and seems more likely to me, that “today they ordain women” is more parenthetical, and leading to ruin refers to those traditionalists supposedly “guarding” the faith, since “guarding the faith” is more redolent of the language and attitude of traditionalists.
Here is the excerpt:
“A me fa pensare tanto un gruppo di vescovi che, dopo il Vaticano I, sono andati via, un gruppo di laici, dei gruppi, per continuare la “vera dottrina” che non era quella del Vaticano I: “Noi siamo i cattolici veri”. Oggi ordinano donne. L’atteggiamento più severo, per custodire la fede senza il magistero della Chiesa, ti porta alla rovina. Per favore, nessuna concessione a coloro che cercano di presentare una catechesi che non sia concorde al magistero della Chiesa.”
"It makes me think so much about a group of bishops who, after Vatican I, went away with groups of lay people to continue the" true doctrine "that was not that of Vatican I:" We are true Catholics ". Today they ordain women. The most severe attitude, to guard the faith without the magisterium of the Church, leads you to ruin. Please, no concessions to those who try to present a catechesis that does not agree with the magisterium of the Church. "
My comment: Yes the Old Catholics broke away after Vatican I to preserve the true Church and today they ordain women and are quite liberal. Think too of Lutheranism and what happened with the Protestant revolt said they were the true Church and broke away.
Today, you have bishops everywhere, but especially in Germany advocating for women's ordination, gender ideology, same sex marriage, euthanasia and women's health services to include contraception and abortion. They are not part of Vatican II's Magisterium, they are leaving the Magisterium for their own thing!