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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 3, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page April begins a scene funda mentally unchanged since car dinals were given sole papal selection authority nearly years llie aura of John Paul II will be He amended conclave rules in 1996 with his document Universi Dominlci or Shepherd of the Lords Whole which bolstered and updated the conclave Each cardinal will place his hand on the Gospels for an oath pledging loyalty to the next pope and to promising never to reveal what occurred in he According to procedures out lined by die the cardi nals will first assemble in the Pauline decorated with Michelangelo frescoes to Saints Peter and and sing a Latin Veni which seeks guidance from the Holy Then they move into the Sistine under Michelangelos majestic The Last It will be a new experience for nearly all the papal Only a handful took part in the 1978 election of the first Polish born which took eight ballots over two The cardi nals 80 or older cannot Aides and others accompa ny the cardinals into the A meditation is offered on the qualities needed for the next pope and the challenges ahead for die Extra an official then for all except the And those left behind cannot leave until a pope is selected unless for a medical emergency In that special arrange ments are made for the cardinal to vote from his CARDINALS CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Selection process cloaked in secrecy African candidates such as Car dinal Francis a Vatican based or Brazilian Cardinal Claudio Africa and Latin Ameri can account for 44 of the cardi nals under 80 years old the condition for participating in the conclave and voting for the pope compared with 58 from The United which could play an important swing has 11 cardinals among the 117 papal electors the largest group that would ever decide on the next Its almost certain the next pope will be among them although technically the cardi nals can select any baptized male Roman the last time they looked outside their elite group was Many cardinals have been living here working in Vatican Others cut short trips or canceled plans and began heading to Cardinal Walter pres ident of the Vaticans commis sion for Christian inter rupted a visit to Bel giums Cardinal Godfried Dan neels quickly left Four American cardinals were in The other seven papal electors were making plans to come after John Pauls death was The papal electors begin dai ly preconclave meetings immediately after the popes They swear fidelity to the codes of at the implic it risk of All the cardinals then come togeth er in public for the papal funer al which will be lead by the dean of the College of Cardi The others will take their places around the papal coffin in order of The electors next assemble later than two weeks after the but no sooner than nine days pick a suc cessor to lead the worlds billion with the electors sequestered behind the Vatican Secret ballot to determine next pope Some possible candidates John Paul II was an unexpected choice for pontiff when he was chosen In He was the first nonItalian In 465 years and the first Pole ever to assume the The next pope may be from Europe or from the developing world where the church is Cardinal Francis Arinze Prefect of the Congregation of Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments 1932 CREATED CARDINAL May IUNTRVC Nigeria COUNTRY OF BIRTH Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergogllo Archbishop of Buenos Argentina 1 Argentina Cardinal Norberto Rivera Carrera Archbishop of Mexico City Mexico Cardinal Claudio Humrrms Archbishop of Sao Brazil Brazil Cardinal Oscar Andres Rodriguez Maradlaga Archbishop of Honduras Honduras Cardinal Joseph Ratzlnger Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith April June Germany Cardinal Chrlstoph Schoenborn Archbishop of Austria Czech Republic Cardinal Angelo Sodano Secretary of Vatican June Italy Cardinal Dlonlgl Tettamanzi Archbishop of Italy March 1934 Italy In the makeshift quar ters were created in and around the Sistine Cardinals 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