And here's where the big separation between proper understanding of papal infallibility, and papal idolatry comes into play. The Pope is only granted infallibility when he pronounces something under a strict form and in line with Tradition. He can still err. He still has free will, and can be a heretic. It's happened before, it happened under Paul VI, and it's happening now. The Novus Ordo has no foundation in Tradition, nor do some of the "doctrines" of VII. It's really simple. The Holy Ghost doesn't take the Pope's free will away. The Church remains (which is a miracle) despite being over-taken by modernists. If you took a little time to look into these controversial issues, you might be surprised at what you find. We can't just say, "Well, VII said it, so it must be true, despite the confusion about what previous Popes have said..." Nobody, not even Benedict XVI, has offered a Catholic interpretation of certain aspects of the council that directly contradict previous Church teaching.