Infallibility of the Fathers of the Catholic Church

Profession of Faith of the Council of Trent (DZ 995): “I shall never accept or interpret it (Sacred Scripture) otherwise that in accordance with the unanimous consent of the Fathers.”
Lateran Council (DZ 270): “If anyone in word or mind does not properly and truly confess according to the holy Fathers all even to the last portion that has been handed down and preached in the holy, Catholic, and apostolic Church of God, and likewise by the holy Fathers and the five venerable universal Councils, let him be condemned,”
Trent (DZ 786): “Furthermore, in order to curb impudent clever persons, the synod decrees that no one who relies on his own judgment in matters of faith and morals, which pertain to the building up of Christian doctrine, and that no one who distorts the Sacred Scripture, according to his own opinions, shall dare to interpret the said Sacred Scripture contrary to that sense which is held by holy mother Church, whose duty it is to judge according to the true sense and interpretation of holy Scriptures, or even contrary to the unanimous consent of the Fathers, even though interpretations of this kind were never intended to be brought to light.”