- Jul 12, 2020
Alvaro Calvente and his father, Idelfonso, along with a family friend Francisco Javier Millan, are walking some 12 miles a day to try to reach Santiago de Compostela, one of the world’s most famous pilgrimage sites, along the Camino de Santiago, known in English as the Way of St. James.
Barcelona’s iconic La Sagrada Familia basilica has reopened its doors for visits exclusively for health workers after nearly four months of being closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A Spanish association that advocates for a secular Europe is calling for proposed legislation on the protection of children to specifically target the Catholic Church, claiming that it has “for years protected” child abuse.
SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco Archbishop Salvadore Cordileone criticized the pulling down of the Junipero Serra statue in Golden Gate Park. “What is happening to our society? A renewed national movement to heal memories and correct the injustices of racism and police brutality in our country has been hijacked by
As Spain begins to recover from the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the Catholic Church is urging politicians to work together to make the transition as easy as possible for everyone. The Cardinal Archbishop of Barcelona and President of the Spanish Bishops Conference, Juan José Omella, called for the country’s leaders to
Spain’s National Court on Monday kicked off the trial of two former Salvadoran military men for their alleged involvement in the massacre of five Spanish priests in El Salvador more than three decades ago.