A papal conclave is a meeting of the College of Cardinals convened to elect a
new Bishop of Rome, also known as the Pope. The pope is considered by
Roman Catholics to be the apostolic successor of ....
The cardinals meet in Rome 15 to 20 days after the death of a pope and pick a ....
The also swear that if elected they will faithfully carry out the Petrine Office, and ...
English How a new pope is chosen bulletin insert thumbnail ... the new pope
processes out and imparts his blessing on the city of Rome and the entire world.
Popes are elected by the College of Cardinals meeting in Conclave when the ...
the Cardinal Vicar for the Diocese of Rome (currently Camillo Cardinal Ruini).
Mar 11, 2013 ... As cardinals gather in Rome to elect a new pontiff, take a glimpse inside the ...
until they have chosen a new leader of the Catholic Church.
How a pope is elected. A step by step guide of the process to elect a pope. By
John L. Allen Jr. Rome. Following the pope's death, the procedures for electing a
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Known worldwide and to Catholics as the p ope , the bishop of Rome is the
supreme and visible head of the Catholic Church. The pope has a slew of other
The pope becomes chief pastor because he is the Bishop of Rome; he does not
become Bishop of Rome because he has been chosen to be head of the ...
from Latin cum clave, “with a key”), in the Roman Catholic Church, the ... of the
Avignon pope, Benedict (XIII), and the pope selected by the Pisan cardinals,