I'd expect nothing less:
The Jesuit journal Civilta Cattolica published an essay attacking conservative Catholics in the United States of embracing fundamentalism from evangelical Protestants. The essay says that American conservative Catholics have come to see their country as righteous, and other peoples as enemies to be exploited. The screed was co-written by Jesuit Fr. Antonio Spadaro -- considered by Vatican insiders to be "the mouthpiece of Pope Francis." And yet, Phil Lawler noted the irony: "Nowhere in the essay does one find a suggestion of the attitude, made popular by Pope Francis, that the Church should 'accompany' sinners. No; the sins of American conservatism are unforgivable."
Via The Loop