Now, the plesentries evidently gotten out of the way:
II. But Woe to the world because of scanadals [Mat. 18:7], which, with almost all the divine pages inviting us together to the good of unity and peace, so that one heart and one mind be in us in Him who of one mind is in His house, which is the Catholic Church, for all that do make to remain to dwell, up to now, and miserable men come forth, their own, not the things which are of Jesus Christ, seeking [Phil. 2:21], in all things more wicked than the soldiers crucifying the Lord of Glory. Since indeed these corruptible [ones] His own robe, because it was seamless and woven from above and through the whole, have spared, saying "Let us not rend it [John 19:24], by a certain reverence assuredly have been admired and moreover the diligence of the weavers and the elegance of the work. These in truth from His imperishable charity, which united the Church, to present it to Himself a glorious garment not having a spot or wrinkle, impious and sacriligious hands to rend asunder cruelly take possession, sharpening boastful and deceitful tongues to dig, esteeming as nothing [that which is] by the ineffible and special skill of the co-eternal to God Wisdom of the Father joined together and bound, not by the human mind nor by syllogisms of philosophers nor by arguments sewn together: For God chose the foolish of the world to confound the wise[I Cor. 1:27]. For not through rhetoricians nor sophists do the fishermen catch, but through fishermen and moreover the simple the catch of fish is sophists and orators, because as the extraordinary Paul says: The Kingdom of God is not in words, but in strength.[I Cor. 4:20]
Please indulge my curiosity, if you will--1) Why are you doing this?, and 2) What are your bona fides as a translator of Latin?
1) I was reminded by the ironic incipit and the discussion on the thread in the OP. The letter is rarely referred to-everyone is too interested in the papal bull slammed down on the altar by Card. Umberto-but it is not affected by Pope Leo IX's death (as is often said of the bull), as it was issued when he was alive, and gives the official reasons of the Vatican's schism.
2) I read Latin (in fact, it was the first language I attempted, when I was eight). Anyone who is better equipped, has a degree in Latin, whatever, is more than welcome to critique or do it instead. I won't get jealous, I promise.