Catholics, and other Christians, are not too fond of Pope Francis because of numerous things. He doesn’t show good judgment with being so open to media or by allowing his words to be taken, so easily, out of context. He doesn’t see any problem with allowing one specific Italian journalist, according to how that particular journalist feels or recalls, paraphrase his words. He offers a pop-culture Catholicism without too much substance (for me, everything I hear him say, or read that he wrote, apart from more serious documents, sounds like the usual, ordinary bad homilies that I hear from various parish priests). He spends so much time talking about climate change, an issue that doesn’t really concern Faith or morals (the world doesn’t care about climate change in relation to these) which many scientists and conservative thinkers consider to be nothing but a rouse to keep people, especially within third-world countries, from bettering themselves through creating companies and capitalistic endeavours. He constantly applauds the refugees that are destroying Europe in the name of Islam right now as we speak (hasn’t he heard of rape-gangs, sharia law enforcements, and the double standard created by “Islamophobia”?). He defends Islam as a peaceful religion when it is a mafia religion of terrorism (read the Quran and Hadiths and tell me what you think) (but, to be clear, many muslims don’t even know their own religion because they haven’t actually read these books, and receive only sanitized versions of their religion from imams, or just ignore and re-interpret; but some are deceptive, according to the manner the Quran tells them to be towards non-muslims, and some imams are outright hate-filled). Francis has also equated Jesus’ Great Commission with Muhammad’s violent conquests. He also presents a warped view of Christian charity shared with many bishops (“whatever you do to the least my brothers, you did to me” - this does not mean muslims or any other non-Christian groups, since “least,” qatan in Hebrew, is a covenantal term opposite of “great,” gadol in Hebrew; “brothers” is also obviously a covenantal term. Covenant = family liturgical kinship bond. The only non-Christian people this can be applied to is the Jewish people, since Christ was, and for certain of them, may still be, in covenant with them). Finally, he may, in fact, be a marxist, or dangerously close.
The list goes on and on. While I know that he can speak infallibly in certain specific cases, I think that, when not doing so, he should stick to the Faith and not worldly topics, should defend Europe, and should speak the truth not what is socially covenient and in fashion.
For me, he is like a Sacrament of Peter himself. But he must be faithful too to fully show this. And if he’s not doing a very good job, we need to call him out.