Cardinals hold their last general congregation meeting before Conclave
The congregation meetings are a time for the 115 cardinal electors (and non-electors) to discuss the state of the Church, its strengths, challenges and above all the profile the next Pope should have.
The Vatican's spokesperson, Fr. Federico Lombardi said that since the meetings began, ; a total of 133 interventions have taken place. After Monday's meeting, the number is expected to rise to at least 150.