I'm sorry you feel we can't have a discussion. Obviously I am not going to change my position based on the evidence you think exonerates your bishops of heretical ecumenism, but that doesn't give you the moral high ground, since it is quite clear you refuse to change your position no matter how much evidence I produce that your bishops are in fact preaching or supporting said heresy.
As regards the OP, I suggest that she not worry at all. It is vitally important to find the True Church and join it, but it is also absolutely true that God will recognize a genuine thirst for truth wherever it is found, and will not leave anyone outside the Church who earnestly wishes to join. It is similar to how we should never despair of the final judgment: it is vital that we remember and confess all our sins, but we should never despair of dying unconfessed, since God will recognize a genuine thirst for repentance and will not allow such a person to die without repentance.