Satanic freemasonry in the Roman Catholic Church?

I list below some quotes etc from some of the books I have read and research into this question:

“It is a known fact that the previous incompatibility of Freemasonry and clerical policy is a thing of the past. What is of greater importance is that the Catholic Church has undergone major changes.”

This was stated was Salvador Allende, president of Chile, known to be a freemason, in an interview published by the New York Times, 27 October 1970,

For centuries, Christian churches, especially the catholic church had persecuted and condemned all forms of secret societies. Pope Clemence XII on 28 April 1737 declared “condemnation of the association and of secret reunions called Freemasons, the deed being published by an immediate ban”

Pope Pius VIII (1761-1830) issue an encyclical against Freemasonry, as did Pope Leo XIII in 1884. It was condemned as being an anti—Christian movement and literally satanic. The church and the Freemasons were literally in conflict/opposition – but over time the church became infiltrated by clerical members who belonged to freemasonry, some became cardinals. For example, Giovanni Mastai-Ferretti was a member of the Freemason Great Lodge of Italy while being cardinal…

Mary ball Martinez, correspondent at the Vatican for many years, reports in her book “The Undermining of the catholic Church” that Cardinal Roncalli who llater became Pope John XXIII paticipated in freemason meetings wearing civil clothes. This was confirmed by Carlos Vazquez a high level freemason in the Mexican paper Proceso (12 Oct 1992) stating the Roncalli and Montini were initiated into the freemason brotherhood and that is why many accomplishments of the Second Vatican Council are based on masonic principles…

The Italian magazine O.P (osservatore politico) published a list of 121 Vatican members who were connected to freemasonry, published 12 sept 1978. This was presented to Vatican Pope John Paul I. We don’t know how the Pope planned to react because on 28 September 1978 after 33 days (a masonic number the highest level in freemasonry) he died. In March 1979, Mino Pecorelli (the editor of the magazine that published the list) died – an undisputed assignation…

The war between the Freemason Lodge and the Church has been real.

Twenty high Vatican insiders who were part of a Judeo – Christian reform movement published a book in 1999 which became a number 1 bestseller in Italy – it attacks the spread of occultism in the church – referring to the “the unseen hand of freemasonry in the Vatican, in the centre of covert forces between high finance and high office…

Archbishop Annibale Bugnini was connected to the Grand Freemason Lodge of Italy from whose Grandmaster he received monthly checks – this revealed in an investigation – a photograph of such a cheque was published in the 1975 in Italian magazines. This scandal resulted in him being transferred to Iran.” – Author – Armin Risi

(It is also interesting that the Templars a powerful catholic order of their time were destroyed by armies of the French king and the Pope in 1307 – some fled to Scotland etc. Freemasonry appears to have roots in these Templars which appears to have had originally good Godly principles – but over the centuries a satanic atheistic/occult freemasonry appears to have taken hold in the upper echelons). So the entire story appears to be quite complex – as is most history.