(ANSA) - Rome, March 5 - Until all the Catholic cardinals
arrive for pre-conclave meetings, "what's the point" in trying
to pin down a hypothetical date (for the conclave to begin),
Archbishop of Galveston-Houston Daniel DiNardo said on Tuesday.
"There are cardinals who want more discussion, others who
have less patience. In general, we all want to finish before the
Holy Week so we can return to our diocese. But it'll take as
long as it takes," said DiNardo.
Catholic cardinals on Tuesday embarked on their second day
of pre-conclave meetings, called the "general congregations", at