- Heidi Schlumpf: Pope told reporters one can't insult others' faith, expression must have limits
- She says he seems to believe religion should have special protections on free speech
- Schlumpf: Most U.S. Catholics likely disagree -- no one has right not to be offended, even Pope
(CNN)The popular Pope Francis is taking some hits himself after some lighthearted comments that included a pretend punch to a colleague. The comments came while trying to make the point that free speech should have some limits, including on the right to insult another's faith.