You can watch the twitter video of this monstrous deformation of the Modern Roman Missal and its adherents on Twitter here!
The pope had another informal conversation with Jesuits in Canada and you can read the transcript here.
But two points he makes shows us why the Traditional Latin Mass is such a threat to his papacy and that threat is clarity of doctrine which His Holiness believes is fundamentalism:
Speaking of abuse, I am a canon lawyer. You have made a lot of
changes. Some call you the pope of changes. You have also made changes
at the penal level, with regard to abuse, and this has been
beneficial for the Church. I would like to know how you see things
evolving to date and whether you foresee further changes in the future. (My comment: Pope Francis' answer is not the to the question that is asked but goes to the heart of His Holiness methodology of incoherence, ambiguity and confusion, which His Holiness sees as a good thing):
Yes, that is true. Changes needed to be made, and they were made. Law cannot be kept in a refrigerator. Law accompanies life and life goes on. Like morals, it is being perfected. Before, slavery was lawful, now it is no longer. Today the Church has said that even the possession of the atomic weapon is immoral, not only its use. This was not said before. The moral life is progressing along the same line. It is the teaching of Saint Vincent of Lérins: ita étiam christiánae religiónis dogma sequátur has decet proféctuum leges, ut annis scílicet consolidétur, dilatétur témpore, sublimétur aetáte (“The dogma of the Christian religion must follow these laws. It progresses, consolidating over the years, developing with time, deepening with age”). Saint Vincent of Lérins compares the biological development of humans with the transmission from one age to another of the depositum fidei, which grows and consolidates with the passage of time. Human understanding changes with time, and human consciousness deepens.
The vision of the doctrine of the Church as monolithic, to be defended without nuance is wrong. That is why it is important to have respect for tradition, the authentic one. Someone once said that tradition is the living memory of believers. Traditionalism instead is the dead life of our believers. Tradition is the life of those who have gone before us and who go on. Traditionalism is their dead memory. From root to fruit, in short, that is the way. We must take the origin as a reference, not a particular historical experience taken as a perpetual model, as if we had to stop there. “Yesterday it was done like this” becomes “it always has been done like this.” But this is a paganism of thought! What I have said also applies to legal matters, to law.
Jesuit asked the pope regarding the debates surrounding the liturgy and its importance in formation.