Maybe that works in your Archie Comics world of Canon Law, but I don't know how it works.
Throwing around accusations of Freemasonry is very serious and shouldn't be undertaken without careful proof.
I don't think it's a coincidence that modern churches tend to have the aesthetics of a lodge more than the aesthetics of Christianity.
I never said the Bishop was a freemason. I'm talking about the bizarre influences on modern Church architecture and their ideological origins.
Bishops who teach religious indifferentism, put insane modern sculptures that have nothing to do with Christian iconography, those people are being influenced by a liberal masonic world view.
Bugnini was a Freemason, Cardinal Lienart was a Freemason, and now we have churches that look like those people are in charge.
Why would they want to do that, if they were really Catholic?
There isn't any doubt as to the real motivations.