The spokesman for the Spanish Bishops’ Conference said that “there is no fear” among the bishops regarding their upcoming meeting with Pope Francis.
The Diocese of Cádiz and Ceuta in southern Spain has begun to receive requests to promote the canonization process of Diego Valencia.
Several Spanish bishops have spoken out against the deals reached by President Pedro Sánchez with the leaders behind the 2017 coup in Catalonia.
St. Rafael Arnáiz, who desired to be a Trappist monk but had diabetes, is considered one of the great mystics of the 20th century.
A week after desecrating and robbing a chapel in the Diocese of Orihuela-Alicante in Spain, the thieves have confessed and returned the stolen objects.
Mother Ana María and Sister Raquel seek a new hermitage to live out their call to holiness “with a marked eremitic character, that is, more time in the cell, in silence, in solitude within the convent.”
On Nov. 18, the Archdiocese of Seville will celebrate the beatification of 20 martyrs of religious persecution carried out during the Spanish Civil War.
The Spanish Christian Lawyers Foundation has filed a complaint against a pro-abortion organization whose activists also allegedly harassed Mass-goers.
A stone cross carved in the 16th century and placed on a pedestal in a public square next to the cathedral in Seville, Spain, was destroyed over the weekend.
The Fundación Universitaria Española surprisingly canceled an event announced weeks ago that was going to feature Benedict XVI’s personal secretary.
Speaking at the Synod on Synodality, Cardinal Jean-Claude Hollerich shared an introductory reflection on the “co-responsibility of the mission.”
In an Oct. 1 interview with the Spanish newspaper El Periódico, Martin stressed that “it is crucial to point out that these priests lead a chaste and celibate life.”
Pro-lifers in the country are praying near abortion clinics in about 20 cities as part of the 40 Days for Life fall campaign.
“I would be in favor of gays getting married in the Church because God always blesses love,” Dominican Sister Lucía Caram said recently.
The incident took place Monday night but was not discovered until early Tuesday, when the person who opened the church noticed the damage and theft.
On Monday, a contributor to a Spanish radio station news program claimed that St. Teresa of Calcutta was part of a list of “bad people who did things well.”
Sources at the diocese told ACI Prensa, CNA’s Spanish-language news partner, that chaplains witnessed the tabernacle had been profaned on two occasions.
Bishop Ángel Pérez Pueyo said he has waited for things to calm down before making a statement about the Torreciudad shrine.
One priest says that being designated the site of the next WYD is an opportunity “to spread faith in Christ” and confirm Asian Catholics in their faith.
In the letter, Pablo María de la Cruz expressed to the pope his desire to have participated in WYD in person, but pledged his prayers and support.