I do take this with a grain of salt, as I have never considered Fr. Cantalmessa, who no doubt is very well-intended and loves Christ, to be theologically sound or the shapest tool in the shed. But, his homily leaves readers with the impression that Pope Francis considers the rituals and Liturgy to be 'impediments' and 'debris' and his pontificate will proceed with It's destruction.
We must do everything possible so that the Church may never look like that complicated and cluttered castle described by Kafka, and the message may come out of it as free and joyous as when the messenger began his run. We know what the impediments are that can restrain the messenger: dividing walls, starting with those that separate the various Christian churches from one another, the excess of bureaucracy, the residue of past ceremonials, laws and disputes, now only debris.
Again, it could simply be poor syntax, as we know the corrupt bureaucracy needs to be torn down - but, this is certainly a profoundly disturbing statement - to say the least.