10 Catholics take all their Doctrines from their Church and not from the Bible.
For the Catholic, it is enough if the Church teaches a certain doctrine. Those outside the Church do not accept the teaching authority of the Church and that is the reason why they quarrel with so many Catholic doctrines. But the Bible itself tells us to give ear to Church: "He that heareth you, heareth me: and he that despiseth you despiseth me: and he that despiseth me, despiseth him that send me". (Luke 10:16).
On the contrary, the teaching of the Church safeguards men from misunderstanding and misinterpreting scripture. 'No scripture is a matter of private interpretation'. (2 Peter 1:20). Bible and Church stand together. To reject the role of the Church in interpreting the Bible is like having a school with no Principal, but only a book of rules which each student may interpret as he wishes. This would lead to chaos. Reading and interpreting scriptures is not a do – it – yourself operation. "How can I understand unless some men show me? ..." (Acts 8:31). "There are many passages difficult to understand, and these like the rest of scripture are twisted into a wrong sense by ignorant and restless minds to their own undoing". (2 Peter 3:16).