This, quite frankly, is a silly question. Anyone who knows anything about Catholic theology knows that the CCC is not infallible, i.e., irreformable, in all of its details. How could it be? We're not the ones who believe the silly claims of Pastor Aeternus.
It is issued by the same authority which issued the documents of Vatican II, of comparable length: what part/detail of them do you not hold infallible?
Silly claims or not the Catholic Church has a way of understanding her own teachings and ways of doing things. You do not have the tools to do the same, and you would not use them if you did because you lack a certain inclination. This is not a criticism of you personally. It is simply the way of things at the moment.
NO Orthodox BODY...since I arrived at reading this Forum seems to have a clue as to what infallibility is all about.
The truth is the truth. It is revealed. Only the Triune God ever knows revealed truth as it truly is. The rest of us muddle along, best way we can.
Infallibility does not measure the truth or falsehood of some thing.
The various means of knowing how certain we can be
that a given statement or other is actually part of that truth is called infallibility
Sometimes a truth can only be understood to be true when taken in the WHOLENESS or CATHOLICITY of a set of truths or the entirety of revelation...as it is humanly possible for us to know it
So you are nit picking on a dog that has no nits.
And if he did, you are too myopic in your vision to actually see them.
Father is correct. All that you are suggesting here has NOTHING to do with Catholic teaching in any way.
It is, as I have noted, a waste of time. You don't have the proper tool-kit and would not use it, if you could find one.
You simply do not have the nous.