1) rigid; 2) monopoly on the interpretation of social realities; 3) monopoly on the proposal of solutions to contemporary problems; 4) self-absorbed promethean neo Pelagianism; 5) trusting only in their own powers; 6) feeling superior to others; 7) observing certain rules; 8) remaining intransigently faithful to a particular Catholic style from the past; 9) narcissistic and authoritarian elitism; 10) analyzes and classifies others; 11) inspecting and verifying; 12) adulterated forms of Christianity; 13) shut up within structures that give a false sense of security; 14) shut up within rules, which make harsh judges; 15) shut up within habits that feel safe; 16) sick.
“For you and me today, we are living in our section of this gigantic, turbulent river and it is confusing, we go under, we get pulled by the current so that we cannot even control our limbs, our brains are being drowned, we can’t figure out where we are going, and it’s beyond our control!
“Thinking about the Pope . . . the bend in the river is different, the rocks seem more formidable, but truly it is the same river that every person must endure.”