No, you're inferring it. A more likely interpretation is a that if we're spending, say, 90% of the time talking about three issues! then we're not spending a lot of time on anything else. Not obsessing is not he same as not important.
Okay, I see your point, expand the conversation from those core issues to other important issues. Great. However in the case of Francis it appears this means talking about welcoming in muslims gays and atheists, advocating for unlimited immigration, and talking a lot about poverty. This appears to make him a modern Democrat. And this leaves me scratching my head.
I envy you the certainty you have in the Pontiff and his stewardship of the Church. Unfortunately I just can't get my arms around Francis' vision. I hope you are right about him.
Pope Francis puts a high priority on "social justice" -- not in the Marxist eat-the-rich distortion of that concept, but in the traditional framework of restraining the tendency of the wealthy and powerful to game the system and cheat everybody else out of that portion of the economy's wealth they have legitimately earned.