No. To me it sounds like an extremely inaccurate and misleading paraphrase of some things he has said in the past. Like speaking out against religious people who have become more obsessed with forcing people away from the Church than bringing people to God. Or the fact that all people, including atheists, are redeemed by the blood of Christ, and that atheists can and do perform many good deeds. All of these things he has said. But not in the way this meme portrays it, as if he is saying faith doesn’t matter as long as you are good person.
Trust me, if he really said something this radically opposed to the Christian message like this, you would have heard about it from every news outlet in the Western Hemisphere. This truly would be the stunning departure from doctrine that they have been looking for, and the media would be all over it if it was even remotely true. The fact that they are not is all the proof you need that it is false.
Francis loves God, he loves Jesus, he loves the Church. His entire mission is to bring people to Christ. If you read his actual words and homilies, you see a man in love with the gospel. He is NOT an indifferentist like the media likes to portray. He would never belittle faith like this.