Just a couple quick links:
Regarding the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate:http://www.cruxnow.com/church/2013/12/15/popes-crackdown-on-order-alarms-traditionalists/
"The Vatican in July named the Rev. Fidenzio Volpi, a Franciscan Capuchin friar, as a special commissioner to run the order with a mandate to quell the dissent that had erupted over the liturgy, improve unity within its ranks and get a handle on its finances. In the same decree appointing Volpi, Francis forbade the friars from celebrating the old Latin Mass unless they got special permission, a clear rollback from Benedict’s 2007 decision.
In the weeks that followed, traditionalists voiced outrage: four tradition-minded Italian intellectuals wrote to the Vatican accusing it of violating Benedict’s 2007 edict by restricting the Latin Mass for the friars, saying the Holy See was imposing “unjust discrimination” against those who celebrate the ancient rite.
Volpi though was undeterred: He sent their founder, the Rev. Stefano Maria Manelli, to live in a religious home while he set about turning the order around.
And on Dec. 8, he took action, issuing a series of sanctions in the name of the pope that have stunned observers for their seeming severity: He closed the friars’ seminary and sent its students to other religious universities in Rome. He suspended the activities of the friars’ lay movement. He suspended ordinations of new priests for a year and required future priests to formally accept the teachings of the Second Vatican Council and its new liturgy or be kicked out. And he decreed that current priests must commit themselves in writing to following the existing mission of the order."
"Francis has made clear his disdain for traditionalist Catholics, saying they are self-absorbed retrogrades who aren’t helping the church’s mission to evangelize."
Further regarding his views on the traditional liturgy an article entitled "How Summorum Pontificum was blocked and trampled on in Buenos Aires: facts, not fantasy and disinformation"http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2013/03/how-summorum-pontificum-was-blocked-and.html
Regarding his own celebration of the liturgy there is the so-called Pinocchio mass of 2011:www.youtube.com/watch?v=RwS9umpEkvs
And on the so-called Tango mass of 2008:https://mundabor.wordpress.com/2013/11/12/francis-tango-mass/