Hitchcock on Semi-Pelagianism as Orthodoxy

James Hitchock's History of the Catholic Church (p. 94) states that semi-Pelagianism "despite its name, in effect came to define Catholic orthodoxy."  I have suspected that many or most "orthodox" Catholics in our dark times are materially semi-Pelagians.  Here is evidence.

On a related note, we seem to be prohibited from calling Molina Semi-Pelagian.  DS 2564 (31 Jul 1748)"The followers of Molina and Suarez are condemned by their adversaries as Semi-Pelagians. But the Roman Pontiffs have not passed judgment on the Molinist system, which they [followers of Molina and Suarez] presently defend and may continue to do so. "