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The banks closed the Vatican's ATM in order to get rid of Pope Benedict XVI

Like a wonders, the cash went back in the small city of Vatican... How come just the tomorrow of the announcement of Pope Benedict XVI...
En apparence, la vision de Pie X et la vision de Fatima sur l'évêque vêtu de blanc semblent désigner la même chose. À moins que ce ne soit deux choses distinctes ? Ce qui est étonnant, c'est que la vision de Pie X est antérieure à celle de Fatima. La vision de Pix X valide aussi celle de Fatima. Ce sera à l'époque où les russes occuperont l'Italie.
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Yes, Pope Benedict XVI is the Pope of the prophecy of Saint Pius X that will have to flee Roma.
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Ultraviolet do not confuse youself and others by citing newspaper articles and sole "declaratio". Pope Benedict XVI did not resign the Petrine Office which he himself decided and confirms in his speech on February 27 of 2013. This evidence is confirmed for i.e. by Abp. Ganswein and others who proof he remains the pope with the "contemplative function" thereby visibly manifested...
f you wish to show a newspaper article is wrong or an official Vatican document is false then YOU need to link up an alternative, accredited source. You did not.

...and THIS from the man who claims the burden of proof is on the accuser. :D
Get serious.
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I am. If you criticize a source or challenge the validity, then YOU must show proof it is false. You have not and I am not surprised.
In point of fact, Benedict XVI did resign. His letter of resignation is on the Vatican website in numerous languages. He has had ample time and many public opportunities to refute authorship and has not.
w2.vatican.va/…/hf_ben-xvi_spe_…

Further, Bendict XVI has since defended his resignation, proving the event occurred with his full knowledge and support.
www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/bene…More
In point of fact, Benedict XVI did resign. His letter of resignation is on the Vatican website in numerous languages. He has had ample time and many public opportunities to refute authorship and has not.
w2.vatican.va/…/hf_ben-xvi_spe_…

Further, Bendict XVI has since defended his resignation, proving the event occurred with his full knowledge and support.
www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/benedict-xvi-de…
No, it's not because he defended his so-called resignation that it proves that he resigned in the same way that he didn't resign because there was the pressure by the Bank of Italy on the Vatican.

All this is very subtle and has to be carefully understood. Even when Pope Benedict XVI published a paper on the 11th Avril, he thanked Francis in the same way that many Catholics would thank someone …More
No, it's not because he defended his so-called resignation that it proves that he resigned in the same way that he didn't resign because there was the pressure by the Bank of Italy on the Vatican.

All this is very subtle and has to be carefully understood. Even when Pope Benedict XVI published a paper on the 11th Avril, he thanked Francis in the same way that many Catholics would thank someone working for the Devil that make understood to everyone that God exists due to the shadows he covers up the world.

And the letter of resignation on the Vatican website has been judged invalid given he made a mistake when saying it. As the Bank of Italy could not beat him in public so that he would not make a mistake, they had to accept this situation.
If he was pressured into resigning by the Bank Of Italy, then you are conceding that he DID resign. The reason is irrelevant.
Ultraviolet Read canon law "between the lines". If you are illiterate then ask for help.
"Between the lines" means Canon Law does not say what you want it to. You know what is "between the lines" of canon law? Nothing. A blank page. White space. People like you see whatever you want to see "between the lines" because the lines say something different.

You need to learn functional English before you criticize illiteracy, Rafal. In English you are barely literate which is why you run …More
"Between the lines" means Canon Law does not say what you want it to. You know what is "between the lines" of canon law? Nothing. A blank page. White space. People like you see whatever you want to see "between the lines" because the lines say something different.

You need to learn functional English before you criticize illiteracy, Rafal. In English you are barely literate which is why you run like a little dog from a serious debate.
No, your argument is irrelevant as if there are pressures, the resignation is not valid according to the Canon law. And as the document here proves that there was a pressure from Bank of Italy, it can't be valid. In the same way also that the election of Francis can't be valid too given that Cardinal Daneels admitted to belong to a mafia and that makes null and void the election as they plotted …More
No, your argument is irrelevant as if there are pressures, the resignation is not valid according to the Canon law. And as the document here proves that there was a pressure from Bank of Italy, it can't be valid. In the same way also that the election of Francis can't be valid too given that Cardinal Daneels admitted to belong to a mafia and that makes null and void the election as they plotted and it's forbidden. No need even of knowing the Canon law, anyone a minimum logical know this even for the daily life.
Wrong.

Canon law Can. 332 §2. If it happens that the Roman Pontiff resigns his office, it is required for validity that the resignation is made freely and properly manifested but not that it is accepted by anyone.
www.vatican.va/archive/ENG1104/_P16.HTM

Nobody forced Benedict to resign. Pressure is a form of influence. But the final decision still remains with Benedict and he did resign …More
Wrong.

Canon law Can. 332 §2. If it happens that the Roman Pontiff resigns his office, it is required for validity that the resignation is made freely and properly manifested but not that it is accepted by anyone.
www.vatican.va/archive/ENG1104/_P16.HTM

Nobody forced Benedict to resign. Pressure is a form of influence. But the final decision still remains with Benedict and he did resign and he has not ever claimed he was forced.
Poor health "pressured" Benedict to resign. He is getting very old and sick. But again, the final choice was freely made which is valid according to Canon law.

This is a good time to point out you are proceeding from an unproven premise, namely that Benedict lied and continues to lie about the reason for his retirement. Benedict has, in fact, even defended his actions, which shows he freely chose to resign.
Yes, true pope Benedict XVI was dethroned by evil forces. However, he did not resign Petrine Office and is still visible pope.
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