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.
The prelate of Opus Dei, Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz, announced in a letter Oct. 5 that he will convene the congress to adapt the prelature’s statutes to the instructions in the motu proprio “Ad charisma tuendum.”
In his weekly pastoral letter on Sept. 15, Bishop Demetrio Fernández González of Córdoba said that the desire for money “takes us away from God, dulls our soul.”
Spain’s Supreme Court has confirmed an appeal court’s sentence for a man convicted of sexually abusing minors and who was expelled from the clerical state in 2019.
Bishop Demetrio Fernández González of Córdoba is encouraging the faithful to "lift up prayers to God asking for rain" in the face of Spain’s drought.
Archbishop Luis Javier Argüello Garcia of Valladolid criticized Spain’s Council of Ministers Tuesday for approving an abortion bill, stressing that abortion “is never a right” and that the bill’s content is “totally symptomatic of a way of governing.”
At least two Spanish archdioceses have expressed their support for the Church in Nicaragua, which is being persecuted by prsident Daniel Ortega, with messages of solidarity on social media.
The place where Our Lady called for the first Saturday devotion needs urgent reconstruction work.
On Aug. 6 in the year 953, 200 monks living at the monastery of San Pedro de Cardeña in Burgos, Spain, were put to death, martyred by Muslim troops.
A crowdfunding campaign has raised the necessary funds to restore a 16th-century altarpiece at a church in the small village of Terradillos de Sedano, Spain.
Bishop Demetrio Fernández says “there is no lack of people who confuse the Holy Spirit with their own strange ideas.”
Dr. Mónica López Barahona, a member of the Board of Directors of the Pontifical Academy for Life and president of the Jérôme Lejeune Foundation in Spain, has clarified that the recent publication of a book by the academy hasn’t changed the bioethical magisterium of Church.