March 6th, 2013
08:40 PM ET

Cardinals delay papal conclave, impose media blackout

The world is waiting nearly a week after Benedict the 16th became the first pope to resign in 600 years, there is still no word about when his successor will be chosen.

According to a new CBS News poll, 50 percent of American Catholics believe the church is in good condition, but just 29 percent say they have "a great deal" of confidence the next pope will be in touch with their needs.

OutFront tonight: Raymond Arroyo. He is the news director of global catholic TV and is in Rome with the latest.

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