Newly appointed Pope Paul VI receives cardinals one by one at the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican City.
Vatican City Rome Italy Date:1963, June 21 Duration:2 min 18 sec Sound:Yes
Giovanni Battista Cardinal Montini is elected as the new pope in the Vatican City. A huge crowd in St. Peter's Square. White smoke rises from the chimney of the Sistine Chapel, signifying the successful election of a new pope. People cheer. Bells toll. Inside the Sistine Chapel one seat that was occupied by Cardinal Montini is vacant. The newly appointed pope, who has taken the pontifical name Pope Paul VI, seated at the Papal Throne. He receives cardinals one by one. Alfredo Cardinal Ottaviani, in his capacity as the senior Cardinal Deacon, announced Montini's election. People cheer as the announcement is made The newly appointed Pope Paul VI during his first public appearance.
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