When asking a question like:
Is it reasonable to equate "According to the Catholic Church" with "What do Catholics think" and therefore scope a question, not so much that it's expected that there be an official teaching. But there should be a teaching that that both members and magisterium find acceptable (nihil obstat sans imprimatur)
Half the time you'll get an answer from St. Jerome or some other ancient commentator rather than a papal bull. But, and I've been saying this for 8 years now, unless we're ordained and/or have a particular commission to preach or teach, we don't have the faculties to say what the Church says so it's always filtered through a potentially faulty interpretation.
So, and curiousdannii, makes this point repeatedly, which I agree with, but tend to annoy people when I bring it up. When the the Catholicism part seems superfluous to the question, but not to the questioner should we close those questions and goad users into writing something a little less doctrinaire than "According to the Catholic Church?" and if so, "According to what?"