Nothing yet!

The first meeting of the General Congregation of Cardinals is meeting this morning at the Vatican, with another meeting scheduled for this afternoon. Hopefully, there will be some type of announcement from the Vatican Press Office.

One thing is clear. Not all of the cardinal-electors are yet in Rome, notably absent several Cardinals from Germany. This means that they cannot set a Conclave date earlier than 15 days unless all electors are present and assenting.

Stay tuned folks. This could get interesting.

The Concho Padre

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