They pray for the dead not TO the dead major difference. Of course you ignore how your institution is synrenistic, no surprise there.Ancient and modern Jews still pray for the dead - that's not uniquely pagan - and when we pray to saints, they are alive with God and interceding for us (again, I'm not sure how that's pagan). What goddess? Catholics only believe in one God. How is the inclusion of Greek philosophy pagan? The doctrine of the Trinity is understood through Greek philosophy and the NT is in Greek (a pagan language?). Doesn't all truth come from God, or does it have to be Jewish truth? We can talk about the Jesuits if you wish, but one order of the Catholic Church is different from the entire Catholic Church (where the claim is being made).
Okay. But your claim is that the Catholic Church is syncrenistic, not that some quasi-Catholics are also following another religion.
The Amazon synod didn't worship a pagan goddess. Again, please show me evidence.
Lots of claims are being made in a very general fashion without any real hard evidence. If what you're saying is so obviously true, we should have statements by popes or photos (or some kind of visual evidence) of them syncretising and worship/practicing paganism.