He's welcome to hold that view. But I'm not talking about the pope praying alongside people of other faiths, I'm taking about that voodoo incident you mentioned. Can I see source evidence for that, please?Here's a source for you from one of your own Roman Catholic Apologists: Robert Sungenis, reacting to Roman Catholic Pope John Paul II's ecumenical "gathering," written in an article for Catholic Apologetics International, in which he wrote:
"If the pope believes a world religion can pray for physical and spiritual blessings as a mutual concern with Catholics, then it appears he must also believe that the pagan has an established, not just incidental, relationship with God, to the point where God would hear the prayers of a pagan the same as he would hear the prayers of any faithful Catholic. Moreover, it suggests that God is not the least bit disturbed by the pagan's worship of false gods and sinful lifestyle, nor the least bit disturbed that the Catholic is not discouraging the pagan from his false worship and lifestyle."
Robert Sungenis, "A No, No to Assisi - Another Loyal Son Protests," Catholic Apologetics International, June 14, 2002.