From the Philadelphia Inquirer:
Philadelphia Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, a leading conservative in the Roman Catholic hierarchy, defended himself Tuesday against perceptions that he is hostile to the more liberal inclusiveness of Pope Francis.
“I think the question is: Is there a discontinuity between the leadership of Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict, and the new kind of leadership of Francis? I think no,” he said in an interview.
“Francis keeps saying he is a son of the church, which means he’s not going to abandon the church’s teachings.”
But he cautioned against those who "want to use the pope to further their own agendas, and others [who] want to ignore the pope so they can promote their own agendas."
A very good point to remember. I hope people consider those words.