Why do Protestants object to Confessing sins to the Church when Jesus emphatically declared this to be true?
Your scripture never says there should be priests to forgive the sins of others. In fact Jesus shows we should pray and repent directly to God in the Lords Prayer and in the parable of the tax collector and the pharisee. (Luke 18:9)
In fact just because such scripture is shown in your CCC does not mean the apostle had CCC intent when he wrote that scripture. Here is Fr Raymond Brown to explain.
"In terms of what we might call the literal sense of Scripture, ie, what a verse
meant when it was first written, it is doubtful that the Roman Catholic Church has ever defined the meaning of any passage. The church has defined that some ot its doctrines are related to scriptural passages, but not necessarily that those doctrines were in the minds of the poeple who wrote the passages. Thus, a conflict between private interpretation and church doctrine based on scripture is really not relevant to the type of commentary help That I have been describing.
I remember with sad amusement the observation made by a reviewer in a popular evaluation of a long commentary I had done. He stated he was grateful that he did
not have to bother with my opinions or those of others since he preached only what the Catholic Church taught about this particular book. Since the church had never interpreted the literal meaning of any passage in that book, I wondered exactly what he found to preach. What he really meant, I am sure, is that he preached the opinions about the book that he had been taught when he was in the seminary, and he did not want to botherseeing whether those opinions still represented where most scholars stood today."
Raymond Brown, Q15 - 101 Questions and Answers to the Bible. Page 25. Imprimatur
You should not use the verses shown in your CCC to support the CCC. They are not intended to do so and of course provide no support anyway as known by bible experts.