For an incredible amount of detailed information, all presented clearly and in an aesthetically pleasing manner, go here:
And if you prefer a short video, Catholic News Service has produced a beautiful five-minute summary of what happens in the Conclave:
For even more, my friend Tom Perna has compiled a great set of resources on his blog, here.
And of course, for ongoing television coverage of the Conclave, tune in to EWTN (check your local listings!).
While we wait, here's comic relief for those of us who are happy that the next pope will be (gasp!) Catholic, but who are suffering through the dissenters' oft-expressed (if fruitless) hope that he will be something else. Some clever and hilarious Lutherans seem to understand certain ironies and absurdities better than many Catholics:
Now, my fellow Catholics, I know we are all incredibly excited, full of nerves perhaps, and on the edge of our seats! We know above all that our job now is to pray. This is a hushed and reverent time, and it's a sacred, fearsome business that the Cardinals are about.
If I could reach the Cardinal Electors with any words of solace and strength, it would be these, which are directed to all of us in the Body of Christ: