Q&A: Ann, if Pope Benedict is still the Pope, why does it even matter?

Q&A: Ann, if Pope Benedict is still the Pope, why does it even matter? Q: Ann, even if Pope Benedict is still the Pope, why does it even matter? A: If Pope Benedict is the one and only living Pope (…
Ultraviolet Q&A: Is there one or two popes shown in the picture below?
So. You're one of those people. I should have guessed. A: How many presidents do you see in this photo, Rafal? Choose your answer carefully

since the man closest to the camera is Richard Nixon who resigned while serving in office.
Ultraviolet do you know the distinction between a pope and a president?
@Rafał_Ovile Q: Do you know what the term "analogy" means?
Ultraviolet similarities are not identicals. Respond if you know the answer. If not don't waste our time.
@Rafał_Ovile Go look up the definition of "analogy". It is based on the very similarities you mention, not identicals. You already choose to waste your own time with these frivolous attempts to argue about Pope Benedict XVI's resignation because Canon law contradicts you.

Pictures of Benedict and Francis sitting next to each other is not Canon law. The law provides a means for a Pope to resign. …More
@Rafał_Ovile Go look up the definition of "analogy". It is based on the very similarities you mention, not identicals. You already choose to waste your own time with these frivolous attempts to argue about Pope Benedict XVI's resignation because Canon law contradicts you.

Pictures of Benedict and Francis sitting next to each other is not Canon law. The law provides a means for a Pope to resign. Francis did so following the law. A new Pope was elected. The end.

Everything else from you is just noise.... the unhappy braying of a stubborn donkey who doesn't like the flavor of the new brand of oats he must eat.

How many popes you ask? How many presidents I ask.

"Respond if you know the answer" Rafal.

If you can't, then don't complain like an old woman about your time getting wasted. You waste enough of your time already just because Benedict XVI did something without your personal approval.
Ultraviolet what is the purpose of Catholic dialogue?
@Rafał_Ovile Do you genuinely believe your whining about Benedict XVI's resignation is a valid form of dialogue? Catholic or otherwise?

A dialogue in this context implies a conversation aimed at solving a problem. First, there isn't any "problem" to solve. Benedict XVI resigned according to Church law. Francis was elected to replace him.

Second and more importantly, you're not interested in a …More
@Rafał_Ovile Do you genuinely believe your whining about Benedict XVI's resignation is a valid form of dialogue? Catholic or otherwise?

A dialogue in this context implies a conversation aimed at solving a problem. First, there isn't any "problem" to solve. Benedict XVI resigned according to Church law. Francis was elected to replace him.

Second and more importantly, you're not interested in a conversation or a dialogue.

All you want to do is argue with anyone who disagrees with your foolish, invalid interpretation of Canon law.

Now the funny part is how you're going about trying to do that. Especially doing that with me. You waved your school debating-club Latin at me and discovered that was a bad mistake. You ran like a frightened child when I offered exactly the kind of formal debate you supposedly wanted.

You're a third-rate debator. I'm surprised because usually Europeans are better-educated than Americans and offer some very insightful arguments. They don't make the sloppy mistakes you do.

So now it's "count the people in the picture by their profession". And you lost again! :D

Now it's a vague discussion about "the purpose of Catholic dialogue". Whatever you think the purpose of Catholic dialogue is, it will not change the fact Benedict XVI willingly chose to resign and followed the requirements stipulated by Canon law governing the Catholic Church.

No amount of your "dialogue" or your publicity pictures will ever change that.
Ultraviolet problem solving is not the purpose of Catholic dialogue. For this reason you are overwhelmed by accidentals... and unable to find your way out.
It is clear you do not know the definition of "dialogue" as the word is used in English Rafał_Ovile Out of Christian charity, here is a link.
www.grammar.com/dialogue_vs._dialog

But I can see you would rather discuss "dialogue" instead of how many US Presidents are in the picture, since one of them resigned in office. Good luck with your English studies!
Benedict isn't the pope anymore, no matter how dearly so many of us wish he still were. He resigned and has even defended his resignation.