Skip to comments.An Illustrated Guide to the Conclave (how the entire process works)
Posted on 03/10/2013 1:39:25 PM PDT by NYer
A bit tacky, replete with typographical errors but quite comprehensive.
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SOO that how works OKAY LOL! GOT IT ROFL
I can see Anthony Quinn's surprised expression in the movie "The Shoes of the Fisherman" so clearly in my mind. "Thump thump thump . . . thump. Do you accept your election as Supreme Pontiff?"
A little theatre never hurt.
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hey NYER I found this on Monday UK Telegraph
Well, yes a little tacky but informative.
My favorite line... “Cardinals write their vote on the bottom half in disguised handwriting.” Hmmm
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