Ok, to help clarify things a bit, we need to become aware of the different uses of terminology.
From a Freemason’s (and Odd Fellows’) perspective, the Odd Fellows’ are not associated in any organizational means, therefore (and strictly speaking) the Odd Fellows are NOT a “masonic” organization.
The confusing part is, from the Church’s perspective, a “masonic organization” is not just those who claim to be ‘masons’ but rather all organizations that have similar broad characteristics. We see this in the Bulls condemning the Carbonari, which are always listed as being part of the condemnation of masonry, despite the fact that the Carbonari were not, again strictly speaking, masons. AS SUCH, as far as the Church is concerned, the Odd Fellows (as well as Rosicrucians of all flavors, Knights of Pythias, ect) ARE included in its prohibition against Masonry. IT must be remembered that the Church has formulated its ‘objections’ beyond the original prohibition which was pretty exclusive to Freemasonry itself, and now includes all such ‘societies’ that have similar characteristics (if not identical aims and philosophies).
This difficulty is one of the reasons that explicit mention of ‘masons’ was removed from the current Cannon Law; too many people were focusing on the strict title of Mason, and so felt free to associate with “non-Mason” groups which often had even more of an anti-catholic (from the Church’s perspective) philosophy.
At any rate, I have seen in these forums that there are some bishops/cardinals who have posted explicit lists of those organizations intended to be prohibited by the Canon. I would suggest a “search” to find them.