- Dec 5, 2019
Spain’s Socialist government says it will exhume and relocate the remains of dictator Gen. Francisco Franco on Thursday, bringing closer to an end a move that has sparked much criticism and legal battles.
The Spanish government’s latest attempt to rid the country of Gen. Francisco Franco’s ghost could backfire if relatives reinter the late dictator’s embalmed body under Madrid’s cathedral.
Spain’s newest cardinal has said his appointment confirms the pope’s determination to keep religious orders center stage in the Church’s life and mission.
Two veterans of World Youth Day in Krakow, Poland, in 2016, have penned a case study of lessons learned for the next team in Panama in 2019, and beyond.
The float “for the normalization” of LGTB rights, as it was presented, was put together by several associations, including Orgullo Vallekano, a Gay Pride collective in Madrid’s Vallecas neighborhood.
Lola Navarro, president of the Father Garralda-Horizontes Abiertos Foundation, said Father Jaime Garralda began to work with prisoners and now serves, through his foundation, more than 200 people in prison, halfway homes for parolees, and with workshops on re-entering the workforce.