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  1. Jan 22,  · All Catholics are familiar with the ritual of the white and black smoke that accompanies the election of a new pope. When white smoke emanates from .
  2. May 05,  · In his book, The Kingdom of Darkness, Father Martin describes what is meant by “the smoke of Satan”, describing an interview Pope Paul Vi gave to his close friend, Jean Guitton not long before he died. When Guitton asked the Pope about his often-quoted remark regarding the smoke of Satan, Paul VI replied.
  3. Mar 14,  · PUBLISHED March 14, White smoke has emerged from the chimney atop the Sistine Chapel at the Vatican, signaling that the cardinals have elected Jorge Mario Bergoglio—a 76 .
  4. Mar 07,  · Black and White Smoke after a Pope Dies When the Pope dies, a temporary stove and chimney are attached to the Sistine Chapel. The stove serves to burn the votes, but its smoke it meant to alert pilgrims on St. Peter’s Square when a new Pope is elected. Black smoke, or fumata nera, is sent out to inform the world that the Pope has died.
  5. Mar 13,  · What the plumes indicate is simple: Black smoke means that there has been no decision on who among them will be the next pontiff. But if the "fumata bianca," or white smoke, flows out of the.
  6. Jul 06,  · The pope, concerned, writes: “ We would say that, through some mysterious crack—no, it’s not mysterious; through some crack, the smoke of Satan has entered the Church of God.
  7. Oct 26,  · White smoke poured from the chimney of the chapel to inform the faithful that a new pope had been chosen. The news was announced with joy at 6 P.M. on Vatican radio. The announcer said, “The smoke is white. There is absolutely no doubt.
  8. Feb 20,  · Pop Smoke was rushed by ambulance to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in West Hollywood where he was pronounced dead. The suspects have not been caught and as far as we know they have not been.
  9. Mar 13,  · For three votes, the smoke spewed out in thick black billows, indicating a new pope has yet to be chosen. The conclave needs 77 votes, or a two-thirds majority from cardinal-electors, for a single name to elect a new pope. Then suddenly, at p.m., Rome time today, the smoke again appeared. And it was white.

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