Post 5 on his comments during the address to the US Bishops last night. (The phrases italicized and colorized are my emphasis.)
Christ is the Savior of the world, ..., we cannot separate our love for him from our commitment to the building up of the Church and the extension of his Kingdom. (Sounds much like Francis' vision at the dilapidated church at San Damiano.)
...faith and hope are not limited to this world: as theological virtues, they unite us with the Lord and draw us toward the fulfillment not only of our personal destiny but also that of all creation. Faith and hope are the inspiration and basis of our efforts to prepare for the coming of the Kingdom of God. In Christianity, there can be no room for purely private religion: Christ is the Savior of the world, and, as members of his Body and sharers in his prophetic, priestly and royal munera, we cannot separate our love for him from our commitment to the building up of the Church and the extension of his Kingdom. To the extent that religion becomes a purely private affair, it loses its very soul.