From your post, it appears you are deluded about Roman Catholic doctrine, teaching and practice. The Risen Christ is worshiped, His Mother merely venerated.
Being correct about our beliefs isn’t really necessary for some. It can even be a hindrance to them. Their religion seems to be almost entirely comprised of “Not Catholic.”
It’s quite futile to try to correct one aspect, because they must have it or another to oppose. Without something they are against, Catholicism in this case, all their energy about religion disappears.
Deluded? Perhaps you wish to read St.(?)Alphonsus de Liguori's, The Glories of Mary, pp. 82-83, 94, 160, 169-70:
"Sinners receive pardon by...Mary alone. He falls and is lost who has not recourse to Mary. Mary is called...the gate of Heaven because no one can enter that blessed kingdom without passing through her. The way of salvation is open to none otherwise than through Mary...the salvation of all depends on their being favored and protected by Mary. He who is protected by Mary WILL BE SAVED; he who is not WILL BE LOST...our salvation depends on thee...God will not save us without the intercession of Mary...who would receive any grace were it not for thee, O Mother of God?"
In the one or two RCC edifices I have been in (choke), I notice the Mary idol is larger than the Jesus idol. And, "Jesus" is always on a cross. And, what chant is more popular than, "Hail Mary, full of grace..."?