…I don't trust him [Francis] after what happened with the Franciscan friars…
How can he confess to submit to someone he openly says he doesn't even trust?
And Ferrara recognizes Francis is a heretic (@24:17):
Now, on the job Francis has with respect to admitting the divorced and remarried to the communion rail, as he did when he was archbishop of Buenes Aires, we have to look at this novelty introduced into his bull of ediction…
He's already done that twice back when in Argentina; he's issued a few personal papal dispensations to at least two women already, telling…the first woman to ignore the advice of her parish priest that she could not receive Holy Communion
As St. Thomas Aquinas wrote (Summa theologica I-II q. 103 a. 4
Now man can make profession of his inward faith, by deeds as well as by words: and in either profession, if he make a false declaration, he sins mortally.
Francis has made very strong, undeniably obstinate professions, in both actions and words, against the Faith. The 24th Session of the Council Trent
Canon II.—If any one saith, that it is lawful for Christians to have several wives at the same time, and that this is not prohibited by any divine law: let him be anathema.
How could a Catholic submit to an obstinate heretic?