Published Monday, 11 March 2013
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Just under two weeks ago, Benedict XVI announced he would be stepping down after eight years in office, becoming the first pope in around 600 years to resign.
The 85-year-old blamed ill health for his shock decision.
A conclave of 115 cardinals, representing the world's 1.2bn Catholics, has now assembled in Rome to elect his successor.
They will be locked in the Sistine Chapel from Tuesday to begin voting - with the first balloting to start soon afterwards.
Once a candidate achieves a two-thirds majority the new pope will be named.
UTV presenter Paul Clark, who is reporting from Rome, said: "When the cardinals go into conclave we will lose all contact with them.
"At a time when social media is everywhere they'll be completely cut off from the outside world - no mobile phones, no internet.
"The only signal will come from the chimney of the Sistine Chapel and when that smoke is white we will hear the words in Latin 'habemus papam' or 'we have a pope'.
"Until then we must wait."
No clear frontrunner has emerged, with the conclave believed to be facing a decision between a pope from the developing world - Africa, Asia or Latin America - or an Italian one after the reigns of John Paul II, a Pole, and German-born Benedict XVI.
Some of the names mentioned by cardinals as possible candidates include Gianfranco Ravasi, president of the Vatican's Pontifical Council for Culture, Cardinal Odilo Scherer, Archbishop of Sao Paolo in Brazil, and Cardinal Angelo Scola, Archbishop of Milan.
The last conclave took two days and the election of Cardinal Ratzinger surprised few.
While the process has lasted longer than that in the past, it is widely expected that a new pontiff will have been chosen by the end of this week.