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Black smoke billows from the chimney of the Sistine Chapel
Black smoke billows from the chimney of the Sistine Chapel, the sign that cardinals did not elect a pope in their first round of balloting March 12 at the Vatican. (CNS/Paul Haring)

This period of sede vacante will end sooner rather than later as 115 cardinal electors in Rome are now in a conclave where in a spirit of prayer and discernment they will select the next pope.

Refresh this page often for continuing updates of news related to the conclave and the papal transition all the way from “extra omens” (outside, all of you) to “habemus papam” (we have a pope).

Cardinals 80 and older watch, pray — and give interviews

First Results of Day 2: More black smoke on morning of conclave’s first full day

Video: Father Ryan Ruiz discusses the conclave after day No. 1

First Vote Results: Black smoke: Cardinals do not elect pope on first vote of the conclave

The Catholic Telegraph staff reflects on opening of historic conclave

Cardinals enter conclave invoking aid of Holy Spirit, all the saints

Electing a pope: Your guide to before, during and after the conclave

In pre-conclave sermon, Cardinal Sodano calls for unity

Argentine Cardinal Bergoglio was second on each ballot in 2005 conclave 

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