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Definitions of conclave in various dictionaries:
noun - a confidential or secret meeting
A secret or confidential meeting.
Roman Catholic Church.
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|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|a private meeting.|
|a confidential or secret meeting|
|A private meeting.|
|a private meeting at which the discussions are kept secret|
|a meeting of cardinals ( Catholic priests) at which the Pope is elected|
|A secret or confidential meeting.|
|Roman Catholic Church The private rooms in which the cardinals meet to elect a new pope.|
|Roman Catholic Church The meeting held to elect a new pope.|
|A meeting of family members or associates.|
|A papal conclave is a meeting of the College of Cardinals convened to elect a Bishop of Rome, also known as the Pope. The pope is considered by Roman Catholics to be the apostolic successor of Saint Peter and earthly head of the Roman Catholic Church.Concerns around political interference led to reforms after the interregnum of 12681271 and Pope Gregory X's decree during the Second Council of Lyons in 1274 that the cardinal electors should be locked in seclusion cum clave (Latin for "with a key") and not permitted to leave until a new Bishop of Rome had been elected. Conclaves are now held in the Sistine Chapel of the Apostolic Palace.Since the Apostolic Age, the Bishop of Rome, like other bishops, was chosen by the consensus of the clergy and laity of the diocese. The body of electors was more precisely defined when, in 1059, the College of Cardinals was designated the sole body of electors. Since then, other details of the process have developed. In 1970, Pope Paul VI limited the ele|