Not any more than any one person can speak for any group of individuals.
Yet, @tafan2 elucidates an important concept (albeit one that I would nuance slightly): the approach of the Catholic Church, with respect to Scriptural interpretation, is not one of fundamentalist-style literalistic rigidity. As such, literal/historical accuracy of the entirety of the Scriptural corpus isn’t the the “hill to die upon” that it is for some of our non-Catholic Christian brothers and sisters.
Hang on a second – you’ve just moved the goalposts! “Sola Scriptura” doesn’t speak to whether the Bible is to be interpreted strictly literalistically – it means that the Bible is the only rule of faith for the Christian.
Whether or not Catholics are Scripture literalists (we’re not), we’re definitely not adherents to the notion of sola scriptura.
Again… where’d those goalposts go to?
The fact that Catholics would assert that the entirety of Scripture isn’t literalistically historical, doesn’t imply that Catholics assert that the entirety of Scripture is “allegorical in nature”.