Your usage of inculcate is slightly off.
In the active voice, somebody inculcates something in someone.
In the passive voice (as you've used), something is inculcated in someone [by somebody].
Here is an example:
Active: Cult leaders inculcated certain ideas in John.
Passive: Certain ideas were inculcated in John [by cult leaders].
To be sure, you can find your usage (active: inculcate someone with something; passive: be inculcated [by someone] with something) employed regularly:
Active: ? Cult leaders inculcated John with certain ideas.
Passive: ? John was inculcated [by cult leaders] with certain ideas.
But that usage hasn't really "hit the books" yet—that is, that's not how dictionaries recognize inculcate's usage.
Here is the OED's definition (login required):
inculcate, v. 1. transitive. To endeavour to force (a thing) into or impress (it) on the mind of another by emphatic
admonition, or by persistent repetition; to urge on the mind, esp. as
a principle, an opinion, or a matter of belief; to teach forcibly.
Const. upon, on; †formerly in, into, unto, to.
This is from Cambridge:
to cause someone to have particular beliefs or values by repeating them frequently:
The goal is to inculcate in students a tolerance for people of
other religions and races.
to fix beliefs or ideas in someone's mind, especially by repeating them often:
Our coach has worked hard to inculcate a team spirit in/into the
Modern lexicographer Bryan Garner says in Garner's Modern English Usage:
Inculcate is sometimes misused for indoctrinate. Although these are both transitive verbs (i.e. they take direct objects), the nature
of the objects is different. One inculcates values into people; and
one indoctrinates people with certain values . . . H.W. Fowler noted
this aberration and called it "a curious mistake" . . . No longer is
it curious, but it is still a mistake.
Of course you needn't obey the style and usage "authorities," and it's quite often better to ignore them in spoken, informal English. But they will come sniffing around your papers.