Religious news and current affairs programme, taking a look at the issues facing the cardinals as they start their conclave to elect the new pope. With Samira Ahmed.
Sunday this week takes a detailed look at the issues facing the Cardinals as they start their conclave to elect the new pope.
A high ranking church official in Scotland says the moral authority of the church there has been dealt a serious blow following the admission of wrongdoing by Cardinal Keith O Brien. In a special report from Kevin Bocquet, we examine whether the Catholic church has any moral credibility, both in Scotland and wider afield.
David Willey takes a tour of Rome as news crews from around the world arrive in anticipation of the white smoke rising from the specially built chimney above the Sistine Chapel.
Sarah Dunant author of the novel "Blood and Beauty" lifts the veil of secrecy on election of the notorious Rodrigo Borgia as Pope Alexander VI.
And there's the second in our series of 'Letters to Justin' - Bishop Michael Nazir Ali sets out his hopes for the new Archbishop of Canterbury.