Your exact words were " Catholics believed in a flat-earth before the Reformation Protestants, deluded Catholics and Freemasons got a foot in the door of science and changed what Catholics traditionally believed." This is simply not true. Catholics had stopped believing in a flat earth by 600, which is around a thousand years before you are claiming it happened. Furthermore you are saying that St. Albert the Great, Doctor of the Church and Patron of natural sciences, is a deluded Catholic, since he believed the earth is a globe.
That issue is more complicated and I would need to study it more before saying anything. It looks like you know you don't have a leg to stand on and want to change the subject.
Your James Hannam says that the Church foolishly believed that you can't say that the earth revolves around the sun as a fact. He also said that the Church made a big mistake by meddling in scientific questions. He seems to be quite a fan of Galileo, and of heliocentrism.
There's a reason why I bring up heliocentrism. Because Popes of the past have condemned heliocentrism. It may seem like I'm changing the subject, but I'm not. It has nothing to do with believing that I don't have a leg to stand on. That's your view.
Do you believe in heliocentrism? That the earth revolves around the sun? Because that belief has been condemned by Popes.
The deluded Catholics that I'm referring to are the ones who actively worked in scientific endeavors to push the globe earth and heliocentrism, which has led, in part to the problem with secular humanism that we see today. I'm not referring to saints who believed as such.
I'll keep on discussing the subject as long as it's allowed on the forum.