One of the things that +Gregory has decided to continue to do, from his predecessor +Wuerl, is not to publish his schedule.
Mr. McCarrick, when he was Cardinal, would publish a weekly calendar of a few (not all) of his meetings, Masses, etc. This was usually published in the Catholic Standard.
When +Wuerl took over, he continued it, but as the sexual abuse scandal grew, the calendar eventually disappeared. In addition, he started to see some protests against him. So, if you don't know where he is going to be, you can't confront him. In addition, some events sponsored by various groups in the diocese, were starting to see protests. For example, when Chris Matthews was hosted at his parish, for a book signing, a couple of Catholics confronted him in the parish hall.
Now, when +Gregory took over, he continued that tradition. You don't know where he will be until after he was there, except for some of the virtual events. This ensures that any Catholics who wish to let their voices/opinions be know, well, they are kept in the dark and cannot confront him.
Now, let me make this clear, because someone will see my comments and take it the wrong way.
I am NOT ADVOCATING VIOLENCE against +Gregory.
Let me repeat myself, I AM NOT ADVOCATING ANY VIOLENCE AGAINST +Gregory in any way, shape, or form.
If you wish to have a peaceful protest outside of the church building, where his is, that is okay. If you can get into the coffee/donut time after an event, to question him, great. But no violence.
However, what +Gregory is doing is simply hiding from the faithful that are upset at him. He knows it.
So, if you know where he will be, let me know and we will let others know.
Again, if you decide to confront him, do so with facts. No violence.