Jesus is bigger and deeper than our knowledge of the Church.
Knowledge of the Church flows from Him. To have knowledge of the Church is to share in Jesus' knowledge of His Church.
In other words, the founder Christ knowing His Church is from where our knowledge of the Church springs.
Our knowing comes from His knowing. As such, it is an immense gift, a part of His loving us.
In other words, our knowledge of the Church is not static, not "the transmission of a disjointed multitude of doctrines to be imposed insistently", because it shares in the eternal and relational knowing that Christ has of His own bride.
If none of this is so, well then, hey, good luck with your new-found gnosticism.
Jesus is smaller than our exaggerated projections on man.
Jesus is the weakest and the most vulnerable, bypassing and escaping every single one of our hindrances as Charity itself.
As such, man is a wondrous being - never a quantifiable product to be imbedded in a doctrinal institution we call the Church.
The power of the Church is shown in that the Church can go out of herself and make the proposal of Christ to man. Man comes into the Church as one coming into his real family, his Mother.