The Bear is not going to say much about the Holy Father's logo for his U.S. tour. It's not like he has nothing to do but sit around all day approving graphics and letters encouraging authors who write children's books. He has people for that. He's too busy getting ready for the upcoming Synod on the Family.
Apparently, the USCCB is responsible for the logo, which is definitely not reproduced above, and to the extent it is, is covered by appropriate laws governing such use of intellectual property. (And that goes for you, too, Paddington.)
"Love is our mission."
Can't object to love, right? Love and mercy? The Bear for one applauds the USCCB for not deciding on a theme of "Hate Is Our Mission."
But who can object to marmalade? At least with marmalade you know exactly what you're getting. You start talking about marmalade -- as the Bear frequently does -- and everybody within earshot knows without doubt you're talking about the best of all foods, sweetness with a hint of bitter, like life.
Love, on the other hand, love is often mixed with unwholesome things, and served up with ulterior motives. That's the way it is with the best of things. The Bear supposes the same might be so with marmalade, if there were any profit in it. The Bear eats marmalade from Provence, and the French are very honest about food.