1. Already gave those quotes in the last two pages
2. Yes it is, what's your point. The shape of the Earth is not part of revealed truth.
3. I agree. The problem is that the "literal sense" means the "sense" in which the Author intended it. It does not necessarily mean what the reader understands the translation of the original text to be. If this were the case, there would be no point of a Church to teach us what it means and Scripture would appear to contradict itself in many areas. Also, this has nothing to do with Geocentrism. Geocentrism could work with a spherical Earth as well a flat one because God is omnipotent.
4. And...?I know your beliefs in regards to BOD so don't go there. You know as well as I do that a Saint's opinion as to what's de fide is not infallible, so this argument doesn't work. This is especially true since we have a later Pope saying that the Earth may not be the center of the Universe and that it shouldn't diminish our amazement at God's Creation.
Your quotes do not prove any saint taught heliocentrism or globe earth, nor that they condemned flat earth.
The shape of the earth is absolutely part of revealed truth--in scripture.
The author intended to reveal truth, not deny it. The saints, fathers and doctors have expounded on this and the Church condemned the Copernican doctrine which is heliocentrism and spherical earth belongs to heliocentrism as a model.
One saints opinion, two saints opinions, do not constitute infallible teaching or doctrine, especially when it is contrary to Church teaching or the consensus of saints. So, don't suggest that I am saying that a couple of guys, against the mind of the Church, say earth is flat. That is erroneous. All the saints who taught the subject of geocentrism are in unison: The earth is flat and geocentric. And that, is a consensus for discerning the mind of the Church, especially since it agrees with scripture.