The upcoming Papal election looks likes it may coincide with my IB Theory of Knowledge class covering “Religion,” though I’m not sure yet if or how I might take advantage of that coincidence.
Just in case, though, I’ve decided to begin a “The Best…” list on the topic:
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Here are my choices for The Best Resources For Learning About The Next Papal Election:
Electing a pope: Conclave, oath, chimney smoke is an interactive from The Associated Press.
What’s next for the Catholic church? is a Washington Post interactive.
The Catholic Church Shifted Southward Over the Past Century is a NY Times infographic.
Possible Popes is a Wall Street Journal interactive.
Catholicism in the World is a Wall St. Journal interactive.
The Last Time a Pope Resigned, Mass Media Was Called … Mass is from The Atlantic.
The 117 Men Who Will Choose the Next Pope is a neat interactive from The New York Times.
Choosing a new pope – interactive is from The Guardian.
The Associated Press has an interactive on the Vatican transition.
How a pope is elected is an impressive Washington Post infographic.
How to choose a pope: an interactive guide is from The Guardian.
Selecting a pope is a new comprehensive feature from CNN.
The conclave: How a pope is elected is a USA Today interactive.
The Conclave’s World of Possibilities is from the Associated Press.
Inside The Conclave is a New York Times interactive.
How is the Pope Selected? is a Wall Street Journal infographic.
Change Agent: Examining How and Why the Pope Can Make a Global Difference is from The New York Times Learning Network.
New Pope: An AP Interactive is from The Associated Press.
The Catholic Church Shifted Southward Over the Past Century is an infographic from The New York Times.
Pope and Circumstance: the Road to the Papacy is a TIME slideshow.
Argentine Jorge Bergoglio elected Pope Francis is a Sacramento Bee photo gallery.
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