Yes, Pope Francis is a Jesuit to his core, from his spirituality to his leadership style, and that’s especially clear now as the Jesuits meet in Rome. Yet there’s a sense in which, despite that Jesuit background, this is nonetheless also a deeply “Franciscan” papacy.
Below is Pope Francis’s Paper Coat of ARMS. He is AT WAR, as we shall see- via the Jesuit Oath. The same “IHS Star” symbol -in the lower left of the image above- is found here on Pope Francis’s Papal Coat of ARMS front and center.
It is important to know that in legalese the terms person, human and human creature are not the same as the word man. The Papal Bull Unam Sanctum, Pope Boniface VIII November 18, 1302 says that “every human creature be subject to the Roman Pontiff”. A human creature is not a man and therefore as a living man you are not subject to the Roman Pontiff.
The Papal Bull Unam Sanctum also says that “The spiritual man judgeth of all things and he himself is judged by no man”. In other words, no man, corporation (e.g., the Vatican), religious leader, president, king, pope can lawfully judge a spiritual man. What the author of the following article failed to “innerstand” is that the Papal Bull Unam Sanctum only applies to human creatures and artificial persons (corporations). It does not apply to a living and spiritual man. Are you a human creature or a spiritual man (“male” or “female”)? The choice is yours to make. – Pao Chang