A premium will be put on secrecy during the conclave itself.
As the conclave draws to a close, each cardinal will approach the new pope and kneel before him.
Dolan, who has not been charged with any crime, will also head to Rome next week to prepare for the conclave.
He quotes an unnamed cardinal saying that the conclave voters knew the charges were false.
But as cardinals go, the conclave might do worse than Wuerl.
Pio slipped into the shadow of one of the little houses whence he could issue in full view of the conclave.
But while the soldiers were still seated in conclave, Coeratadas, of Thebes, arrived.
The monk thereupon goes into a long and unctuous discourse on all the sad evils to Christendom of a conclave so prolonged.
conclave of the tribes could put him on the throne tomorrow morning.
Whole mornings were spent in conclave in Mrs Monnerie's boudoir—Susan sometimes of our company.
late 14c., "a place where cardinals meet to elect a pope," from Italian conclave, from Latin conclave "a room, chamber suite," probably originally "a room which may be locked," from com- "together" (see com-) + clavis "a key" (see slot (n.2)). Extended sense of "private assembly" is first recorded 1560s.