The last cardinals summoned to choose the next pope are expected to arrive at the Vatican on Thursday, but the conclave will not begin immediately.
With Easter around the corner, many inside and outside the Catholic Church would like to see a new pontiff to lead ceremonies.
With all the electors in Rome, the conclave could begin at their discretion.
But they will not likely rush into it. Instead, they will take time to prepare - and get reacquainted.FULL STORY