It is unsurprising that a Catholic writer would deny the authenticity of the Bible. The Book of Daniel, for example, was written by Daniel during the Babylonian exile if one believes the scripture. Instead, it lists it as being written after Alexander, most probably since Daniel predicted the rise of Alexander and the splitting of his kingdom into 4.
Prophecy is indeed any message from God, but God gave to men also expectations of the future, of which Daniel’s 70 weeks was one of the greatest and most exact. Jesus also predicted the fall of Jerusalem, which would not happen until 70ad.
Where did you get the idea that Catholics don’t read/deny Daniel?
It’s in my Catholic Bible. Are you sure you weren’t talking about something else. Look closely. I was surprised by it too.
OK, second time through. Who doeos the writer say denies Daniel?