Monsignor Musto, late and great friend of the neighborhood, was a companion in the seminary of Bergoglio. Once, walking and talking in the street, he told me that throughout his priestly career all his companions called him "The Apostate". Of this I bear witness in Faith. As you know, Apostate- even if it is told a joke-is not a good nickname for someone who will be a priest! Greetings
Once, at the exit of a re-opening of St. Michael the Archangel Church, Bergoglio was asked: "Father, why not give more Latin Masses in Buenos Aires"? He thought a moment and replied: "If you want to hear Mass in another language, then go to the Maronite church, where it is recited in Aramaic." Not bad, but it is evidence-apart from their lousy pronunciation of Latin, that the Jesuits want nothing to do with tradition. This is true.