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Just a reminder - if anyone is interested in the more technical aspects of the website - I've got a Google+ Community setup
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I would not anticipate much activity in terms of appointments, resignations, etc. in the curia until after Easter.

There is likely to be a significant lag (months) in activities at the bishop level (appointments, resignations, etc.) while everyone adjusts to the new Pope and his preferences.

That being said, the nature of a new Pope is that I really have no idea - just guessing based on the past.
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Average Age of the 115 Participating Cardinal Electors: 71.88
Average Years of Service as a Cardinal of the 115 Participating Cardinal Electors: 7.30

Average Age of all 207 Living Cardinals: 78.02
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Here are a few of the features/enhancements being planned for the site:

Bishop Pages
* Episcopal Lineage section: instead of using the consecrators' final title, use their title at the time and include the full title [Bishop X, of Y (year)]
* in the list of folks they ordained/consecrated: add full title and year
(note that while the databases have been expanded to include this data - it will take years to back fill it all.)

New Year Summary Pages
* a new central page for each year: some content is planned, but what would you like to see?

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I've added a "Project History" page to the main website. Its amazing that its 15 years old ... started out as 3 manually generated web pages.
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Consistory to Create Cardinals, 2012

This morning the Holy Father announced his intention to hold a Consistory to Create New Cardinals on 18 Feb 2012.
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Their website is now available.
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The Personal Ordinariate of The Chair of Saint Peter was erected for groups of former Anglican clergy and faithful within the USA.

Fr. Jeffrey Neil Steenson was named its first Ordinary.
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