More and more I love the humble ones without the politics, just teaching us the Faith.
Faith doesn't exist in a vacuum. Never speaking of political matters could be a way of lying by omission. Just give people a holy feeling, make them feel devout, and keep them blind.
St. Catherine of Siena lamented wars and got involved defending her side -- the correct one -- of the Great Western Schism. Was she too political? I'd say just the opposite, that she had courage.
As we know from the Apocalypse towards the end of time there is a Babylon that arises, and is it really holy to ignore the existence of this Babylon that I believe is on Earth right now? Or is it rather "humble" priests like this who are concerned with human respect and don't want to be too controversial?
I'm saying nothing against the priest who gives this sermon, which I haven't listened to. Just speaking generally. I can't help noticing that not many priests these days, even traditional ones, are really digging very deep. We are in an EXTRAORDINARY historical situation -- literally living in the age of Satan, with his governments having swept the whole Earth -- but hardly anyone mentions it.