Works for me.
The Holy Father said that this week while speaking to an audience with members of Cursillo.
Many years ago now, after my conversion, when I made my first confession to a holy Capuchin priest, I asked about two things, one of which was papal infallibility - which I clearly didn't understand, and the priest said, "Ah! Don't worry about that stuff. The Pope rarely speaks infallibly anyway; the last infallible statement was the Dogma of the Assumption."
From the start, I haven't worried about it. From the start, I never paid a lot of attention to bishops and academic debates and infighting by clergy and religious people about this or that issue - unless it seriously affected my life - and that too has been rare.
I accept Catholic teaching - I don't have a problem with it.
Instead I've always tried to keep my eyes fixed on Jesus. I have to get to that again.
I'm waiting for Him ... "I will come back and take you to myself, so that where I am you also may be. Where I am going you know the way." - Jn 14:1-6 (Friday of Fourth Week of Easter)