I’m sorry, but having read your various posts I am not sure of your intent.
If you are a Mason you know that there is nothing in Freemasonry that is in any way antithetical to the Church.
I apologize for this reply, but while we try to keep the Forum open, some of your posts appear to be linked to monitoring sites attempting to cause havoc within the Fraternity. Your posts will be monitored to remain in the Forum.
I have been a Catholic for over 50 years and an active Mason for for more than 20. I have spoken to many priests about the subject. At one time I studied for the priesthood myself, and have been involved with symposiums at the Harvard Divinity School on it as well.
Your assertion’s about excommunication are untrue.
My research into the items you discussed showed that the decrees quoted were made in 1983 and were clarifications made by the College of Cardinals who objected to many of outcomes of Vatican II. And that these were not Papal Decrees—even though the Cardinal who signed them is now the Pope. It is my understanding that the last papal decrees on Freemasonry from Pope John the 23rd actually reconciled and tempered the thoughts of the Church on Freemasonry.
I think anyone (even priests) looking at Freemasonry for what it is, and not as a witch hunt, will find it is most certainly compatible with Freemasonry.
In any event, I do not know a Catholic Mason who ever had any issues with his Church, but I agree with Brother Huke that any Mason or prospective Mason who has concerns about his involvement should speak with his priest.