As explained here "Francis has pledged he will not be deterred from making changes by the strong rhetoric of the 'ultra-conservative' wing of the Catholic Church...nor will he chop off their heads."
"There are some people in the Church who say no to everything," said the Masonic Francis.
I'm sure he won't be deterred from opposing the mind of Christ as made known by the perennial teaching of the Church (Tradition) . For the Depositum Fidei means nothing to a modernist or a Freemason.
Note how Francis uses the term "ultra conservative" to describe Catholics who accept the Church's Tradition and who refuse to believe that one should roll the dice every week to determine what the Church will hold as truth. Because some of us refuse to become as Unitarians, we must be marginalized by Francis and his cohorts and demonized as "ultra conservative, " "rigid," or "fundamentalist."
My good friend Alice von Hildebrand, in an essay entitled "The secular war on the supernatural," gets to the root of this problem. She writes, "Now let us abolish the terms 'conservative' or 'liberal,' the terms 'left' and 'right' which are secularistic. I suggest that we say from now on 'those who have kept the sense of the supernatural and those who have lost it.' That is the great divide, that is the essence...Do you look at the Church and her teaching, whether dogmatic or moral, with a supernatural eye, or do you look at it with secular lenses? That is the divide. Left and right confuses the issue.."
Francis has lost his supernatural faith. He is a modernist who cannot steel himself to admit that he has abandoned the supernatural faith of Roman Catholicism and replaced it with a demonic construct, a humanitarian religion fit for the coming Man of Sin.
Francis may not lop off our heads (another will see to that, the very Son of Perdition whom he will worship), but clearly he has already lost his own head.