That is because I don't believe men are infallible, thus the CC is a fraud - in more than just this instance.<quoted text>
I'm fairly certain that you don't decide what is or isn't an infallible (or not infallible) teaching of the Catholic Church.
BTW - your belief dictates you to believe the "infallible" - Pope and all his "writings".
This is where you err.
Of course I can.<quoted text>As you asked me earlier, you CAN make a disticntion between what you believe and what is fact, can you not?
Belief is something perceived as true, without evidence to support it as fact.
Fact is something that may have started as belief, but as information is found (concerning the belief), belief is no longer extant, and facts take over.
- i.e. It is a fact we have to have water in our body. It is belief that "God" will give us water for our bodies if none is available or present.
Got another "infallible teaching"? Let's put this to bed once and for all.
So far we have discussed one infallible teaching, in which I've shown that it has holes in it's promotion.