This better not take two years and eight months.

July 20, 2007

The record for the longest conclave in history is reported to be two years and eight months. In 1268, the conclave convened to elect a successor to Pope Clement IV. Pope Gregory X was not elected until 1271.
It seems the USADA is wrestling with their decision. Hopefully this bodes well for the reigning Tour pontif.

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