Of course those not as progressive in ecumenism think that Pope Francis is selling the Catholic Farm to the Evangelicals for whom he seems to have great empathy. In fact, I have wondered since Pope Francis' election if His Holiness isn't a "charismatic Catholic" who experienced what Charismatics call and "baptism in the Holy Spirit" according to the ideology of Pentecostalism.
I am quite familiar with the Charismatic Movement and dabbled in it i the late 1970's and early 80's. I was pastor of a church in Augusta which has one of the world's largest Catholic Charismatic covenant communities. The Holy Father's theology and some of His Holiness spirituality and self-confidencematches many of the personality types in this community.
The Charismatics are very ecumenically oriented, in Augusta and elsewhere. This seems to tie in with the Pope's ethos in ecumenism and the discomfort I and I would bet my blog more progressive ecumenists feel when the Holy Father dances with the likes of Joel Osteen and other somewhat discredited televangelists here in the USA and abroad, especially those of the prosperity Gospel which seems to contradict the Holy Father's overall ethos to a Church of the poor, unless His Holiness is being stealthy in trying to infiltrate this ideology in this form of Christianity in order to convert them by "attraction" rather than "proselytizing" to the true Church or a less corrupt form of Evangelicalism. Who knows?
But at any rate, here is the Vatican Newspaper's most recent article on "indifferentism" and to me at least a challenge to the perceived notion that Pope Francis' embraces this heresy. I copy this from Rorate Caeli and their translator: