"Do not resist the Holy Spirit under the guise of loyalty to the law."
Now what is this law to which the Pope so disdainfully refers? Let's be blunt; it's the Sacred Tradition of the Church found in her dogmas, Sacred Scripture, canon law, moral precepts, etc. Now from where did these originate? From God Himself and that would also include the Holy Spirit. So in light of these facts, let's rephrase that line.
"Do not resist the Holy Spirit because of loyalty to the Holy Spirit."
True docility to the Holy Spirit is not this "will o' the wisp" lark that the pope seems to embrace. Remember his "god of surprises" schtick? Where in all of Scripture or Tradition does anyone find precedent for that phrase? We don't. Some time ago there was yap and yammer from the pope about "change". Not possible. The Sacred Deposit of Faith and Tradition will not change. Why? Because God, the source of the Faith is Himself immutable. So if "loyalty to the law" renders you resistant to the spirit, keep resisting for that "spirit" is not the Holy Spirit. Sacred Scripture in fact tells us to "test the spirits" for there are many out there that are malevolent. One key way of doing that is to measure these "spirits" against God's already-revealed Word.
Do we have here yet another attempt at grooming the Catholic populace for seismic changes in "pastoral practices" that will be tantamount to de facto changes in doctrine. Note I said "de facto" and not "de jure". The pope can never change solemn Church teaching per se; but he and others can do immense harm by instituting "pastoral practices" that have the same spiritual effect.
Please pray. Please be aware.
I'll now put up a clip created by my blogging colleage at AKA Catholic.