- Aug 4, 2021
Spain’s Catholic bishops warned of growing division and tension in their country over government attempts to “deconstruct and dismantle the Christian worldview.”
Members of the Neocatechumenal Way formally presented to the archbishop of Madrid a request to open the sainthood cause of their co-founder, Carmen Hernández.
Spain’s bishops have criticized recent government initiatives on issues from euthanasia to LGBT rights.
“Claret” is a new Spanish movie on St. Anthony Mary Claret, founder of the Claretians.
Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said Monday that the Spanish Cabinet will approve pardons for nine separatist Catalan politicians and activists imprisoned for their roles in the 2017 push to break away from Spain.
A priest is under fire for blaming the mother of two children presumed killed by their father in Spain.
Committing to the pilgrim’s path has for centuries been a source of renewal for those willing to put their lives on hold and spend days, weeks or even months crossing Spain along the Camino de Santiago, a journey that takes hikers to the reported burial place of the apostle St. James.
The Barcelona Archdiocese will combine most parishes into larger pastoral communities, amid falling church attendance and secularization.