Cardinals Meet, Look To Set Date On New Pope
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The race to replace Pope Benedict XVI could get under way Monday, just four days after the 85-year-old pontiff vacated the papacy, citing ailing health. More than 100 Catholic cardinals gathered in Vatican City on Monday morning for the first of two meetings where they could set a date for the next conclave — when all cardinals under age 80 meet at the Vatican to vote for the next pope. A second meeting is planned for Monday afternoon.

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