No. You can read more about it on catholic.com.
I know you say this, and I suspect it is is the current talking point that JWs are trained to go with to combat all the “false prophet” claims. However, the WT magazine disagrees with you:
WT June 15, 64 “As Jehovah revealed his truths by means of the first century Christian congregation so he does today by means of the present-day Christian congregation. Through this agency he is having carried out prophesying. All of this activity is not an accident. Jehovah is the one behind all of it.”
Awake! 6/8/1986, p. 9 "God has on earth a people, all of whom are prophets, or witnesses for God … Jehovah’s Witnesses."
WT, April 1, 92 "This prophet was not one man, but was a body of men and women. It was the small group of footstep followers of Jesus Christ, known at that time as International Bible Students. Today they are known as Jehovah’s Christian witnesses. They are still proclaiming a warning, and have been joined assisted in their work by hundreds of thousands of persons who have listened top their message with belief.
WT 4/1/72 p. 197 Who is this prophet? … He had a prophet to warn them. This prophet was not one man, but was a body of men and women. It was the small group of footstep followers of Jesus Christ, known at that time as lnternational Bible Students. Today they are known as Jehovah’s Christian witnesses …"
WT 07/15/60 p. 439 “The facts show that during this time and up to the present hour the “slave” class has served as God’s sole collective channel of communication from heaven to earth for the flow of Biblical truth to men on earth … Thus organizationally the “discreet slave” class since 1919 has been channeling an ever-increasing flow of Biblical publications by the millions that contain the “waters of life” featuring Jehovah’s will as emanating from God’s throne in heaven.”
WT 10/01/67 p. 590 "… Jehovah poured out his spirit upon them and assigned them the responsibility of serving as his sole visible channel, through whom alone spiritual instruction was to come. Those who recognize Jehovah’s visible theocratic organization, therefore, must recognize and accept this appointment of the “faithful and discreet slave” and be submissive to it.