The College of Cardinals has decided on a date for electing the next Pope to lead the Catholic Church.
FOX News Radio’s Simon Owen has details from London:
Cardinals will begin their conclave on Tuesday, the Vatican saying it will start after morning Mass. One-hundred fifteen cardinals will take part in the vote, with 77 votes needed to pick a Pope.
The cardinals have spent the week holding preliminary meetings to discuss what they’re looking for in the next Pontiff. They’ve decided they’re now ready to head to the Sistine Chapel.
In London, Simon Owen, FOX News Radio.
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