Here is the Daily Mail's account of the relevant portion of the interview given by Francis to the journalist, Marco Pozza:
"He [Francis] also calls for patience in faith, saying that it is a natural part of belief for Christians to have doubts in their faith and in God.
But the truly faithful, he says, persevere in their beliefs despite their doubts and are in the end rewarded.
While discussing justice, Francis brings up the example of the biblical flood which destroyed the world except for Noah - who was deemed virtuous enough to survive.
The flood itself may have been a myth, Francis says, but it is used as an example to show how God uses wrath to punish injustice and right wrongs in the world.
'God's wrath is against injustice , against Satan,' he says."
Climate alarmist Bergoglio contradicts Scripture by stating that so-called global warming will cause a new apocalyptic flood
ChurchMilitant.com • March 1, 2021
Bergoglio shows irreverence against the Word of God while considering the fables of Mohama "Sacred"
“The sacred writings of Islam have retained some Christian teachings; Jesus and Mary receive profound veneration”
Sacred Scripture, the only Sacred book: its veracity, validity and divine inspiration
Council of Carthage II (397)
– Nothing except Canonical Scriptures can be called the ‘Divine Scriptures’Council of Trent (Ecumenical XIX)
2118 God's first commandment condemns the main sins of irreligion: tempting God, in words or deeds, sacrilege, and simony.
Pseudo-Chrys.: Or, If you will make your peace yet in this world, you may receive pardon of even the heaviest offences; but if once damned and cast into the prison of hell, punishment will be exacted of you not for grievous sins only, but for each idle word, which may be denoted by the very last farthing
Jerome: And the meaning is; If every idle word which does not edify the hearers is not without danger to him that speaks it
Amongst laymen frivolous language is only frivolity: but it is blasphemy when it comes from the mouth of a priest. […] Thy lips have been consecrated to the Gospel of Christ. Therefore it is unlawful for thee now to use them for jesting, and a sacrilege to have them thus habitually employed. ‘The lips of the priest,’ says the Prophet, ‘shall keep knowledge, and they shall seek the law at his mouth’ (Mal 2:7). Observe that it is not jests or fables but the law of God that is to be sought from the mouth of a priest. With regard to scurrility, it is not enough to banish that from thy mouth: it must also be banished from thine ear. To allow thyself to laugh at such jokes would be a scandal; but it would be a greater scandal to repeat them for the amusement of others. (Saint Bernard. Treatise on Consideration to Pope Eugene III, Ch. XIII, 68-69)