It's called doctrine not tradition.
If God's people can be convinced doctrine is merely tradition, everyone can just change the furniture.
It becomes a matter of style and taste, which is precisely the way he pitched our Catholic fiat at the sham synod.
Come to think of it, since the day of his elevation, he has not uttered a syllable that didn't paint the faithful practice of our religion as the antiquated fringe trying to cling to the old chestnut of resisting temptation to sin in our clothes that went out of style in the 60s.
In his swan song at the sham synod, he pigeonholed "traditionalists" as a group that needs to work on their inflexible hostility to renounce the baptismal vow of rejecting satan's lies.
Someone mentioned in the comments section below that the pope referenced a revolution at the 2015 synod.
I don't remember that and will have to read context, but I do remember him saying the sham synod was only his first push and his post synod homilies indicate he is not able to read the writing on the wall, throwing hints out there that that the world has morphed into Caligula and God is surprising us with the new definition that family is whoever you're sleeping around with.
I think his redefinitions bear watching and frisking.
The plan is to brainwash the uncatechized in the pews. We need to be right there to unravel, frustrate, undermine the language of deceit during this upcoming year.
He wants a revolution, he's got one.