It seems the first part of the quote is from Pope Francis but the last sentence appears to be from Archbishop Charles Brown.
The quote seems misleading at it appears in the paper.
"I ask you to be revolutionaries. I ask you to swim againt the tide. Yes, I am asking you to rebel against this culture. That's what it means to be a Catholic today in Ireland."
About what 'culture' is the archbishop talking? Against what 'tide' does the papal nuncio wish us to swim?
The papal nuncio is also quoted as saying: "The Catholic faith belongs to young people."
The link below makes for interesting reading
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/aug/13/can-pope-francis-clean-up-gods-bank - The section on Bertone makes for special attention.
Is it appropriate for an ambassador to call for a revolution in the country to which he is accredited?
The current issue of 'The Irich Catholic' carries some interesting pictures.