A good recent comment by Sue Sims on Bulverism ... google it if you don't know about it. I suppose we could coin a cognate verb and say that the Roman Pontiff was Bulverising when he waxed eloquent on the deep and dark psychological maladies of all those ghastly young people who have Incorrect and Unbergoglian Tastes in liturgical matters.
It seems to me a term with possibilities. One could say "Don't you Bulverise me, you ..." in a very hostile tone of voice.
A thing I do not quite understand is our Holy Father's purpose in quoting from the Commonitorium of S Vincent of Lerins; cited by him in that same recently published interview.
The passage he alluded to also includes, though Bergoglio did not quote it, the phrase eodem sensu eademque sententia. Derived by S Vincent of Lerins from the text of S Paul, it was used by B Pius IX, incorporated in the decree on the papal ministry at Vatican I, and contained in the anti-modernist oath. Very significantly, it was used by S John XXIII in the programmatic speech he gave at the start of the Council ... What the Council taught, so he laid down, was to be in the same sense, the same meaning, as the teaching of the preceding Magisterium. S John Paul II in Veritatis Splendor made clear that it applied to questions of morality as much as to those of dogma. Benedict XVI used this same sanctified phrase in his 2005 Christmas address to the Roman Curia about the Hermeneutic of Continuity. You can find a series of mine on this phrase via the search engine on this blog.
Eodem sensu eademque sententia: because the teaching of the Church cannot and does not change.
If this phrase means anything at all, it must mean that the teaching of Familiaris consortio (1981; paragraph 84) and of Caritatis sacramentum (2007; paragraph 29), that divorced people who, having gone through a civil form of marriage, are in an unrepented sexual relationship with a new "spouse", should not approach the Sacraments, cannot already ... in less than a decade! ... have metamorphosed or "developed" into its exact opposite.
Even Jesuits, and the Austrian aristocracy, cannot really expect to get away with black being white, with non-X and X being identical. Come off it, chaps ...