First of all, your rather verbose list contains a lot of exclamation point errors. By that I mean that are as detectable as an American tourist in London. You offer too many sweeping accusations with no substantiated proof of your claims.
You also make the classic error of confusing doctrines and disciples. One the things you cited-
[quote=Gator] 1966 Pope Paul IV proclaimed an end to the traditional obligation that Catholics abstain from eating meats on Fridays.
This is a VERY common error. No Catholic in their right mind claims that the Church never changes disciplines, because disciplines are not equal to doctrine. Doctrines are absolute, disciplines are relative. Disciplines are ways of acting out doctrine and vary with time and space. We Catholics cofess that our Church is infallible in areas of doctrine, no discipline. It is just a simple point.
Futhermore, gonig back to your lack of evidence, there is ample evidence to disprove your claims. You appeal to the very old and very overused “Great Apostasy” theory. You believe that the Christ’s followers, sometime after his death, apostasized from his teachings. This is also referred to as the “paganization” of the Church. However, no matter what reference date you use, you can find evidence that the doctrine existed before that date, e.g.
[quote=Gator]1545 Tradition granted equal authority with the Bible
“But the admonition that he [Cyprian] gives us, ‘that we should go back to the fountain, that is, to apostolic tradition, and thence turn the channel of truth to our times,’ is most excellent, and should be followed without hesitation” -St. Augustine (On Baptism, Against the Donatists, 5:26). 400 A.D.
“That is why it is surely necessary to avoid them [heretics], while cherishing with the utmost diligence the things pertaining to the Church, and to lay hold of the tradition of truth. . . . What if the apostles had not in fact left writings to us? Would it not be necessary to follow the order of tradition, which was handed down to those to whom they entrusted the churches?” - St. Irenaeus of Lyons (Against Heresies 3:4:1). 189 A.D.
As you can see, the concept you stated is much older than you assume. The concept, if you are to take only these sources, goes back many MANY centuries ealier, if not to the apostles themselves. This is just ONE example, you could find many others as well.
As I recall you also claim that the Church corrupted the bible:
Some suggest that the Catholic Church has distorted the bible…and continues to make claims that are false.
However, I issue to you the same challange St. Augustine did,
"The speech on one Elpidus, who had spoken and disputed face to face against the Manichees, had already begun to affect me at Carthage, when he produced arguments from Scripture which were not easy to answer. And the answer they [the Manichees, who claimed to be the true Christians] gave seemed to me feeble - indeed they preferred not to give it in public but only among ourselves in private - the answer being that the Scriptures of the New Testament had been corrupted by some persons unknown… yet the Manicheans made no effort to produce uncorrupted copies. (Confessions, V, 11, Sheed translation)
I believe his challange still stands. I would readily advise you to pick up Mr. Keating’s book, Catholicism and Fundamentalism. Also I would recommend reading some of the early Church Fathers. God Bless,