by Greg Tobin and Robert J. Wister
April 4, 2005 Writer Greg Tobin discusses the process of choosing the next pope. The selection process involves a centuries old and very secret ritual known as the conclave. Tobin is the author of Selecting the Pope: Uncovering the Mysteries of Papal Elections.
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