When the Pope does good things, I give credit where it's due.
First up is his statement that Brexit is the will of the people, generally encouraging them to continue to get along with their European neighbors. Are UKers Europeans anymore? I suppose not. I'll have to call them something else. Suggestions? 'Ex-overlords'? 'New Revolutionaries'? We shall see.
On the flipside, the Pope also clearly and prominently condemned euthanasia, though I don't think he quite zeroed in on the problem. It isn't just a way to deal with the sick, it's a way people are increasingly dealing with their problems. Mark my words, in 100 years, there won't be many 'secular' people anymore, and those who exist will consider secularism to be a kind of mental disease which one must struggle mightily against, lest it threaten the existence of the world once more.