I must admit that I may have been too blunt in my opinion.
I accept that for Catholics the source of Revelation is the Bible, as interpreted by the Church, but the Church’s interpretation may be considered to bring in tradition.
CAF gives a good discussion
Catholics hold ‘The true “rule of faith”—as expressed in the Bible itself—is Scripture plus apostolic tradition, as manifested in the living teaching authority of the Catholic Church, to which were entrusted the oral teachings of Jesus and the apostles, along with the authority to interpret Scripture correctly.’
(Thus one clearly sees the importance of the Bible as interpreter b the Church.)
In the Second Vatican Council’s document on divine revelation, Dei Verbum (Latin: “The Word of God”), the relationship between Tradition and Scripture is explained: "Hence there exists a close connection and communication between sacred Tradition and sacred Scripture. For both of them, flowing from the same divine wellspring, in a certain way merge into a unity and tend toward the same end.
PS: BenjaminJ. Your views are noted.
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