Christ did not quote the Bible, I don't believe, as His life predicated NT scripture.<quoted text>
He quoted from the "manual" (v. 1) quite often. Knowing that he was updating the "manual" with the new covenant he was putting in place for man, it seems logical to logical people that He would inspire the writing of that new covenant to highlight for mankind the fulfilled prophesies and to chronicle His life, death, resurrection, church and any changes in implementation of worship etc. that His being our Savior would change from that Law of Moses he quoted so often.
I don't understand how the Catholics on this thread could attempt to tarnish the validity of the Bible in one statement, say that everything they do is scriptural in the next and then immediately say statements like it is unscriptural to be scriptural. Sounds eerily similar to Obama defending his policy and actions.
Also, although you persist in saying so to construct your argument, no Catholic denies the valildity of scripture.