Francis: Orthodox Are Part Of [Francis] Church

Francis was moved by the “dear Orthodox Brother Chrysostomos” who in Cyprus spoke to him about a "Mother Church," Francis confessed at the December 8 Angelus.

“As Christians we follow different paths," he philosophised, "but we are children of the Church of Jesus, that is a Mother, and accompanies and keeps us, that keeps us going, all as brothers and sisters.”

Francis' "Church of Jesus" seems to be more universal (= Catholic) than the Catholic Church, and his expression "different paths" contradicts Christ's teaching that there is only "one way" (John 14,6).

Further, the Greek-Orthodox do not want to be considered as part of the [Catholic] Church. They don't recognise the sacraments and therefore "re-baptise" Catholics who apostatise to them.