If Pope Francis wants to see changes, he repeatedly tells us that "God is not afraid of new things," and the like. When he wants to push ecumenism, it isn't him, it's the Holy Spirit that demands it.
What does saying "God is not afraid of new things" mean, anyway? That's like saying God is not afraid of tigers, or snowmobiles. Of course God's not afraid of new things! He's not afraid of old things, either, but you'll never hear that. "God is not afraid of Latin," is one of the few things you can be sure won't come up in the papal airplane.
What Pope Francis really means to say is this: I want to see changes, and you shouldn't get in my way. After all, it's what God wants and you don't want to go against God, do you?
Start paying attention. You can tell exactly what Pope Francis wants, because, in his telling of it, he and God always want exactly the same thing.
Here's Roger Waters (ex-Pink Floyd) at his very best: What God Wants.