Popularly, a great many sensible people were hoping that the "neo-con" crowd would drop the Ultramontane mantle after witnessing an assault on Sacramental orthopraxis by the Pope and come around to a level headed view of the papacy's powers. Thus far, nothing of the sort has happened. Mr Voris warns the Tradistanis that assaulting the Roman Ordinary will backfire in the media. One could argue that, in a rare instance, Voris is advocating prudence. By contrast, one of Robert Barron's acolytes is suggesting that those concerned about the outcome of the Synod on the Family of not "just bad tea-reading on the Synod", but of "heresy".
I intended to write a post about what Tradistanis could learn from neo-cons' and the less-worrisome mindset many of them have, particularly the various canonry chapters and Oratorians, but the last few weeks have disincentivized the venture. This blog does not waste too much attention on Roman politics, which we cannot directly control and which are better analyzed elsewhere, but the writer of this blog does not keep his head in the sands of the Mediterranean. Perhaps the neo-con crowd could put down Sr. Faustina's diaries for a minutes and peruse the state of the Church, which is in a far greater state of need than the cause of the chaplet.
Give this a reread.