Pope Benedict XVI has retired and now the search is on for a new Pope.
Vatican press officials announced that the conclave is set to start Tuesday to elect new pope.
How It’s Done:
The date for the conclave, the meeting at which the pope is elected, is set by the College of Cardinals. Once it begins, the cardinal electors — those under the age of 80 — meet in the Sistine Chapel, sleep in special apartments within Vatican City and have no contact with the outside world.
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