ex cathedra?

Is there a book, website or at least list of all of the infallible statements made by the prior Popes, I have heard that there are 9 and others say 13?

I stumbled across this list at: cs.rutgers.edu/pub/soc.religion.christian/faq/infallibility , but I can’t vouch for it’s accuracy…

Here is a list of all of the ex cathedra pronouncements outside of
councils, from “That Catholic Church,” Radio Replies Press, 1954
(this was published in Australia, too, I think):

Leo I, Lectis Dilectionis Tuae, 13 June 449,
On the divinity of Christ.

Agatho, Omnium Bonorum Spes, ~680,
On the divine and human wills in Christ.

Boniface VII, Unam Sanctam, 18 Nov 1302,
On papal supremacy in the Church.

Benedict XII, Benedictus Deus, 29 Jan 1336,
On the heavenly destiny of saints.

Leo X, Exsurge Domine, 15 June 1520,
Condemning the errors of Martin Luther.

Innocent X, Cum Occasione, 31 May 1653,
Condemning the errors of the Jansenists.

Innocent XI, Coelestis Pastor, 19 Nov 1687,
Condemning the erros of the Quietists.

Clement XI, Unigenitus, 8 Sept 1713,
Condemning the false teachings of Paschasius Quesnel.

Pius VI, Auctorem Fidei, 28 Aug 1794,
Condemning the false teachings of the Synod of Pistoia.

Pius IX, Ineffabilis Deus, 8 Dec 1854,
Defining the dogma of the Immaculate Conception.

Quantae Cura, 8 Dec 1864,
Condemning the erros of secularism and communism.

Leo XIII, Apostolicae Curae, 13 Sept 1896,
Condemning Anglican orders as null and void.

also, Testem Benevolentiae, 22 Jan 1899,
Condemning merely Naturalistic interpretations of Christian Activities.

[A few theologians say these two are not technically ex cathedra.]

Pius X, Lamentabili, 3 July 1907, also, Pascendi, 7 Sept, 1907,
Condeming the errors of the Modernists.

Pius XI, Casti Connubii, 31 Dec 1930,
Calling contraceptive birth control a grave violation of the Law of God.

Quadragesimo Anno, 15 May 1931,
Condeming materialistic socialism.

[These two are “very probably” ex cathedra, according to my source.]

Pius XII, Munificentissimus Deus, 1 Nov 1950,
Defining the dogma of the Assumption.

There haven’t been any more since 1950.

I didn’t see a Papal defination of Papal Infallability, was it from a Council and not Ex Cathedra?

[quote=Edgar Davie]I didn’t see a Papal defination of Papal Infallability, was it from a Council and not Ex Cathedra?
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This might answer your question: catholic.com/library/Papal_Infallibility.asp. Also, as I indicated, I don’t vouch for the accuracy of the list.

[quote=Edgar Davie]I didn’t see a Papal defination of Papal Infallability, was it from a Council and not Ex Cathedra?
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It was from Vatican I, the First Vatican Council, and was reconfirmed in Vatican II.

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