On May 17th per the Catholic Standard, the Embassy of Argentina hosted an "interfaith dialog of religious leaders". Cardinal Gregory was there, along with Jews, Muslims and several pagan leaders. The Hindu woman said "what pope Francis is trying to tell us is please come together, work together, be together", then "when people come together, we can do a lot of great things".
What "great things"? Things that only have to do with temporal matters? The Church was instituted to save souls by bringing them to obedience to the Faith through the Sacraments. Read that article closely. You'll see no hint of that. What is not said is just as important as what is said. The complete lack of focus on the conversion of these people reeks of religious indifferentism on the part of Catholic hierarchy.
They yammer about the "human disaster of bigotry..anti-semitism, islamophobia, bigotry". That's nice, but what about bigotry against Christians, Catholics in particular? The three previous posts in this blog give indications of how pervasive this is - or is this gathering considering us to be the proverbial n1qq@r$ of the new age? Side note- I must engage in this misspelling to get past the electronic censors. People are more upset with the description of reality than reality itself.
Anyway, the whole thing is a useless tome to the heresy of indifferentism. Of course the non-Catholics don't know that, but our prelates, including Francis and Cardinal Gregory, do. For that, and the souls being led astray and denied truth needed for their salvation, these feckless leaders will have much to answer.