I made it up yes. and i could change it, but my teacher would not be pleased, and i would have to do more research on a new thesis, and i would have to make a new thesis.
Ancestral Worship, according to Father Ricci, S.J. is just praising the good deeds of ancestors, and celebrating their lives.
Fr. Ricci must have been in 1581, or some year after St. Ignatius, yes? There were no Jesuits in 581. Regardless of his era, if you have summed up his idea correctly here, it sounds suspect to me, as the word "worship" clearly indicates something more than praising deeds and celebrating their lives (which actually just sounds like an NO funeral to me - white vestments, Eagle's Wings, etc.).
You could, if you choose, show how it is not compatible with the Faith, should the evidence you find demonstrate that. This way, you have the same subject, but a different thesis/conclusion. An idea, anyway. I will check out some stuff on the web for you, if you like, getting a better idea of this philosophical system. I can get back to you about it. Just tell me your thoughts on the matter, and if I can help, I will (NO, I will not do the report).
Here is a link to an article on confucianism from the Cath. Ency.: www.newadvent.org/cathen/04223b.htm
The first and last paragraphs would indicate unity (or some kind of harmony) between the systems cannot be found.