- He railed against EWTN (albeit not by name) for "speaking ill of the pope". He called them the "work of the devil". Funny! I seem to recall him asking "who am I to judge"? Hmm...
- He said of young priests seeking permission to celebrate the Traditional Latin Mass, "it is a phenomenon, that indicates we are going backwards"..."This is the evil of this moment - namely, to seek the path in rigidity and clericalism, which are two perversions".
- He complained that "it frightens us to accompany people with sexual diversity", urging the Jesuits to "go forward in pastoral experiences."
So from the last two bullet points, can we gather that he thinks those of us who attend the Traditional Latin Mass are perverts, while sodomites are simply "diverse"? If he thinks that the latter need "accompanying", these "pastoral experiences" better include the Sacrament of Confession for the sake of all involved.
Below I'll post a video of a Traditional Latin Mass that took place two days ago. Fr. Chad Ripperger gave the homily and spoke about Traditionis Custodes. He linked this to modernism, and mentioned that a key feature of modernism is its hatred of the sacred. I regret to say that he nails it when it comes to how the pope is simply railing against the Mass of the Ages at every opportunity. Go to the 33-minute mark where Father's sermon starts. I will say I differ with him when he opines that we should "be silent". St Catherine of Siena lamented such silence, blaming that in part for the condition of the papacy in her day. We have to speak and shed the light so that others aren't led astray. Of course we pray and offer sacrifices, but these alone will not suffice. Ora et labora.