Cardinals meet for last congregation before conclave

The vote will happen in the Sistine chapel.

The vote will happen in the Sistine chapel. (March 11, 2013 6:42 PM)

The process of selecting a new pope is about to begin. Cardinals from around the world met in Rome today, where they could select a new pope as soon as tomorrow. Crowds spilled out the front door of one church Sunday to catch a glimpse of New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan. Inside Mass, Dolan told the faithful, "This is a big task. Truly a blessing to be with you. Now let's get to why we're here,...

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