Cardinal Juan José Omella said that these situations cause “great harm, not only to the Church but [also] to society.”
Teresa Agulló Cayuelas was fined for her efforts to prevent the removal of an emblematic cross in Callosa de Segura, a small town in southeastern Spain.
Parents of students at a Marianist school in Spain expressed their “stark distrust” in the Marianists and in their sex ed program “Created to Love.”
Bishop José Ignacio Munilla charged that the court’s decision was one “in which ideology supersedes reason and law.”
Spanish seminaries continue to suffer a downward trend in enrollment.
Thousands turned out for the Yes to Life march in Madrid, Spain, on Sunday, March 12.
The 40 Days for Life campaign in Spain has advised volunteers to record their entire prayer time due to pressure from abortion clinics.
The Pontifical University of Comillas in Spain has sent a survey to its former students asking them to specify their “gender” as male, female, or “other.”
The Observatory for Religious and Conscience Freedom criticized the Spanish government for its “silence and inaction” in the face of a jihadist attack.
The law will allow transgender genital surgery and hormonal treatments from the age of 16 without parental consent.
The law’s provisions are even more harmful than those of the law passed in 2010 that was recently upheld by the Constitutional Court.
“There are human beings who do not have human rights. It’s the obvious conclusion,” said Bishop José Ignacio Munilla of a Feb. 9 court decision.
Greek Catholic priest Father Fadi Najjar related how he and his community have faced the devastation caused by the Feb. 6 earthquake.
The president of the European bishops’ conferences has demanded “the immediate release” of Bishop Rolando Álvarez of Matagalpa, Nicaragua.
“Coptic Christians have identified some 25 places where they believe Mary, Joseph, and Jesus stayed during their sojourn in Egypt,” an expert explained.
Father Oscar Martín has been publicly harassed for preaching the Catholic doctrine on homosexuality.
St. Rafael Arnáiz, who had diabetes, is considered one of the great mystics of the 20th century.
The Vox party has charged that the newly appointed head addressed voters in insulting terms and has asked the bishop to dismiss him.
Bishop Manuel Sánchez Monge stated that “my position, like that of my predecessors, is that Rome’s assessment remains valid: ‘There are no signs of supernaturality.’”
Salamanca Cathedral is hosting the exhibition of the first hyper-realistic recreation of the body of Christ based on data obtained from the Shroud of Turin.