Catholics around the globe have their eyes fixed on the Vatican, eagerly awaiting the site of white smoke. The white smoke will indicate when the 115 cardinals have chosen a new pope to lead the Catholic Church. Tomorrow, the cardinals will hold a morning mass and then begin the voting process. There's no deadline for the cardinals to reach a decision... But recent history suggests it shouldn't take more than five days.
Father John Mikalajunas of Holy Trinity says, "I feel that it will be sooner, I'm hoping to say that by Wednesday or Thursday at the latest that we should have a new Pope and what his name will be I have no idea.
If two-thirds of the conclave agrees, white smoke will announce that there's a new Pope.