Jesuits have always baffled me. Lutherans make more sense to me. Hell, Buddhists make more sense to me.
Every time I try to find out what "Ignatian spirituality" is --after their founder, Ignatius of Loyola-- I draw a blank. I mean, I read the stuff and then look up and realize there's nothing in my head. They all seem very keen on it, whatever it is. I guess, fallen sinner and heretic though I be, I am still too much of a Dominican to "get it."
And the (extravert feeling type) Jesuit on the Throne of Peter continues that tradition.
After reading the breathless headlines in the MSM about his 12,000 word interview, --which basically say Pope Agrees With Us!--I found the original, in an official English translation.
All I can say is that Francis the Talking Pope --a humble man who talks about himself all the time--has a real talent for misleading.