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Topic: Conclave 2013

Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio is elected Pope

The cardinal, who is the first Jesuit to be elected Pope, will be known as Pope Francis

‘I feel like a child waiting for Christmas’

In St Peter’s Square, pilgrims are hopeful, excited, and a little anxious

Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio is Pope Francis

Live coverage of the new pope’s first appearance

Conclave 2013: Mass at St Peter’s and the first day of voting – live updates

Live coverage of today’s momentous events in Rome

Conclave begins behind closed doors, as the famous ‘Extra Omnes’ phrase is announced

The conclave is officially underway. The doors of the Sistine Chapel were closed just moments after Msgr Guido Marini announced the famous Latin phase: ‘Extra Omnes,’ which roughly translates to ‘Everyone Out.’

Cardinals ask for Holy Spirit’s aid as they begin conclave

Cardinal-electors swear oath to defend the Church

Cardinals process inside St Peter’s Basilica for the Mass to elect a pope

The 115 cardinals processed into the Basilica to begin the Pro Eligendo Pontifice Mass

The longer the conclave lasts, the bigger the surprise is likely to be

Journalists are floundering because they cannot see beyond the dichotomy of ‘conservative’ and ‘progressive’

An expert guide to the Mass to elect a pope

Fr John Zuhlsdorf offers a guide to this morning’s Mass

Now the conclave is about to begin, we can look forward with relief, not only to having a pope again, but to the secular media’s sudden loss of interest

Then we can all get back to the business of completing the work of the pontificate so unexpectedly ended