No, I was referring to the CC having the fullness of Christ.
Catholics do not extract doctrine from Scripture, as our separated brethren must do, having been separated from the Sacred Tradition. The Gospel was whole and entire when it was delivered to the Church, before a word of it was ever written. The fullness of that Gospel, God’s Word present in the Church, did not magically disappear like a popped soap bubble once some of it was written.
You reject the testimony of the Scriptures that the Word of God was placed in the Church, and that the Apostles commanded that it be preserved. You reject God’s promise with regard to His Word stated in Isa. 55:11. It is you that refuses to accept what the Scriptures say.
As to infalliblity, this is a negative gift, meaning that it prevents the Church from teaching error. To be fallible requires a PERSON, with intellect, and will. One who cannot make choices cannot qualify to be fallible, or infallibly. Scripture is not a PERSON, so cannot be infallible. Scripture is inspired, and inerrant.
This was the greatest mistake made by the Reformers, trying to replace what they considered corrupted leadership with a more authentic source (Scripture). In trying to force the Holy Scriptures into a role they were never meant to have, they inadvertantly made themselves the PERSONS who interpreted and acted on the Scriptures. Since they did not have the gift of infallibility (something they freely admitted) what was created was a never ending plethora of interpretations that has never ceased to cause divisions from that time until this!
You cannot infuse, tgG, the Holy Scriptures with qualities they do not possess. You cannot make them to have the characteristics of a PERSON, no matter how much you would like to do so. Ultimately, Sola Scriptura boils down to everyone making their own interpretation, and these are as common as there are belly buttons.