I'm reminded that the Protestant Reformation was, ultimately, a very Catholic event. After all, like early Christians were Jews, early Protestants were Catholics. And the Catholic Church they grew up in was a Church trying desperately to navigate the sweeping changes in thought and scholarship and society that were taking Europe by storm, including, but not limited to, that phenomenon known as Humanism. That was crucial for shaping the worldview that allowed for a Protestant approach to Christianity.
Of course Catholics blame the Protestants without necessarily taking responsibility for the societal milieu in which the Church existed at the time, as well as the varying degrees to which the Church allowed for and flirted with the changes taking place. That seems to be a Catholic thing: allow for any vague level of accommodations to whatever is happening outside the walls of the Church, and then blame anything bad that happens as a result on everyone but the Church for dabbling with it in the first place.
So when I see a post on a blog praising some non-clearly defined expression of feminism, sure. Why not. Is everything to do with feminism bad? No. But nor is everything to do with Capitalism. Yet you'd not know either of those things to hear both Pope Francis, and a growing number of Catholics scrambling to keep up with the changes going on in the world today, just like those who scrambled centuries ago to keep up with the latest, hippest in the 14th and 15th centuries.
And when Catholics run beyond these vague and invisible barriers between acceptable and not? Well, it won't be the Church's fault, that's for sure.