From the BBC:
A papal conclave elected Pope Francis as Benedict XVI’s successor on 13 March 2013. He became the first Latin American to lead the Church.
During the interview he admitted he was “surprised” by the decision and had only carried a small suitcase to Rome, with the expectation he would return to Buenos Aires.
His simple style has won him praise from Catholics, as have his promises to reform the Curia - the Church’s internal government.
However, he said two years of his papacy had now passed and he felt it would not continue for very much longer.
“I do not know. But I feel that the Lord has placed me here for a short time, and nothing more,” he added.
“But it is a feeling. I always leave the possibility open.”
He told Televisa that he “did not mind being Pope”, but missed the anonymity associated with life as a priest.
“The only thing I would like is to go out one day, without being recognised, and go to a pizzeria for a pizza.”
Praying for Pope Francis. I think he is a remarkable man and hope that he remains Pope for many years to come, but this makes it sound unlikely.