"These books the church holds to be sacred and canonical not because she subsequently approved them by her authority after they had been composed by unaided human skill, nor simply because they contain revelation without error, but because, being written under the inspiration of the holy Spirit, they have God as their author, and were as such committed to the church."
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This is from the First Vatican Council which affirmed papal infallability, yet also made a rather strong assertion abourt Scripture--that its authority did not come from the church. This is from the third session (on Revelation), April 24, 1870.