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Pope Francis MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Pope Francis'
Pope Francis MBTI type
Realm:
Reality

Category:
Religion and Spirituality

TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 29


ESFJ - 13
ISFJ - 7
INFJ - 6
ENFJ - 2
ENFP - 1

[Famous ESFJs]

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 14


9W1 - 8
2W1 - 5
2W3 - 1

[Famous Enneagram 9]

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Also, I see him voted as 9w1, this can explain why he appears more modest and even introverted than the typical Fe-dom.To be specific, ISFJ are more stubborn about their preferred way of life, ESFJ are more into reaching out from their community to another. It's clear which one he's more like. Also, seems to bit of a media darling to be introverted.

MBTI type of Pope Francis

. He's very similar in his popularity with Pope John the 2nd (ENFJ).If he's SFJ, he's definitely Fe over Si.

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.He's certainly not an Fi user. I see strong Fe use in him.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Pope Francis. Rather than standing up for traditional church teachings, he's constantly trying to compromise and conform to the world. And his lack of adherence to tradition does not make him an intuitive, either.Which of the 16 personality types is Pope Francis?. That really has nothing to do with it. He's quite clearly an Fe-Si user - very focused on the world and the concrete. Corporal works vs spiritual works. As an INFP, my love of the Catholic Church is rooted partially in it's rich mysticism and symbolism. I love the clearly defined morality and the adherence to virtue. Pope Francis, however, seems to completely lack this. His emphasis on the worldly and concrete, lack of adherence to any strong values, and watering down of Church teaching really rubs me the wrong way.What people doesn't see is the funny part(if it even has).ESFJ no doubt. Definitely Fe dom. To the person who said INFP, it's probably the Saint Francis of Assisi you see in him that makes you think Fi. St. Francis of Assisi was an ISFP. Insofar as his papacy is in the "spirit" of St. Francis, he could show the appearance of Fi. But he is too aware of the feelings of all the members of Holy Mother Church and even of those not in communion with her to not be Fe.No Fi whatsoever. The way he is actually compromising on every literal conflict the church has with society and the fact that he is constantly reaching out to bridge gaps suggest Fe, he is an ESFJ due to Si.Actually I think he is INFP. It is Fi that is strong above all else. He is very uncompromising with his morals. Not Fe, as Fe would go more to an incremental approach while he believes in a pure unfiltered message. The Si is present but as a balancing force in tertiary position.The more I think about it, he does put principles first like an Fi user would. I think he could be a well balanced ENFP.There is no way he is a J type. I'm thinking ExFP. No idea if he is a S or an but he is definitely not a planner.Si types are capable of doing things other than blindly enforcing every tradition of the last 1000 years.His so called tradition breaking is just bridging the gap between modern world and Vatican. What he is doing isn't proactive but reactive and its not novel in any way. He just wants a harmonious world. An ESFJ.He is one of the most tradition breaking Popes ever to be. He is no SJ. I vote INFJ.I don't see NFJness. See below. He may be an ESFJ actually—that'd explain why he's not as concerned with traditions (tert. Ne), plus he's very benevolent and kindly perhaps moreso than he's dutiful and conscientious. IMHO the debate should be between ESFJ and ISFJ, not ISFJ and INFJ.What concensus lol? SFJ and NFJ are neck-and-neck. I don't see SFJnessAnother correct consensus. ISFJ.Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too much tradition-breaking to be an SJ.Yes. He is an SFJ for sure.ISFJ. Not every religious leader is an N type. I agree with I-FJ but where's the evidence for Ni or him being an N type in general? I don't see much. But he said things like "work anoints a person with dignity" and is very accessible and down to earth in both his manner of speaking and his actual ideas, which makes me think he's an S type.