You claim the Pope is perfectly sound; just how do you know that? You ARE aware that, as one poster has already mentioned, that the Pope tripped on the altar in one of his earlier Masses. If he doesn't genuflect, maybe it's because he's concerned about falling, again. And though you may claim that a bow before the altar, instead of a genuflection, is somehow displeasing to the Lord, how do you know that? The Lord may be just fine with it.
Frankly, from the posts you made since Pope Francis was announced, you've been almost happy to portray every thing his does in a negative light, and encouraging others to join you in not accepting him. Looks like calumny to me, and you might want to give that some thought, during this time of penance, preparing for the Great Feast of our Lord's Resurrection.
Of course, my comments about the article were directed to the author, not to you, personally. I should have put the quote in quotation marks.