Francis' Amazon Is Everywhere: Half Of India's "Christians" Are Pagans

The first in-depth Pew research assessment of religions across India indicates the following believes (bold)among "Christians"(bold):

• 68% believe that there is only “one God”
• 32% believe in the "purifying power" of the Ganges river
• 54% believe in karma
• 29% believe in reincarnation
• 48% believe that religions [which contradict each other] are simultaneously "true"
• 51% believe in the Last Judgement
• 75% believe they know "much" about the Faith

The study is based on nearly 30,000 face-to-face interviews of adults conducted in 17 languages and 29 states and union territories between late 2019 and early 2020.

Syro-Malabar Bishop Thomas Elavanal of Kalyan called the survey “an eye-opener” (LifeSiteNews.com, August 16).

Unfair to blame Pope Francis for India's centuries-old paganism. The country has always been rife with "rice Christians" and back-sliding idolators.
True, but most of the world's Catholic aren't Catholic
I think the last survey showed 70% not believing in the real presence,
De Profundis
Ab Fulton Sheen, "Evil will have an hour. God will have the day."