Great someone who knows what they are talking about.
Ex cathedra is a Latin phrase which means "from the chair." It refers to binding and infallible papal teachings which are promulgated by the pope when he officially teaches in his capacity of the universal shepherd of the Church a doctrine on a matter of faith or morals and addresses it to the entire world.
So when was the last time a pope did this? And do you disagree with what he said.
I was born in 1949 and I don't know of a pope who I think would say he had everything in the world figured out. Compare that to Tangle and Faith who know everything about existence and tell you so again and again and again...........