Those genuine and clear [truths] which flow from the very pure fountains of the Scriptures cannot be disturbed by any arguments of misty subtlety.
St. Simplicius, Letter to the Emperor Basil, January 10, 476
The sense of Holy Scripture can nowhere be found uncorrupt outside the Church, and cannot be expected to be found in writers who, being without the true faith, only know the bark of Sacred Scripture, and never attain the pith.
Leo XIII, Providentissumus Deus, November 18, 1893
You will not find a page in St. Jerome's writings which does not show clearly that he, in common with the whole Catholic Church, firmly and consistently held that the Sacred Books - written as they were under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit - have God for their Author, and as such were delivered to the Church.
Benedict SV, Spiritus Paraclitus, September 15, 1920