Mexico City Newsroom, Apr 18, 2022 / 14:55 pm
A Spanish priest gave a clear and forceful response to those who believed that the two years of restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic would put an end to the public displays of faith during Holy Week in Spain.
Father Juan Manuel Góngora, a priest of the Diocese of Almería in Spain who has more than 46,000 followers on Twitter, strongly responded to a tweet by Spanish journalist and writer Antonio Papell.
Papell, who in the past became director of Publications at the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation and Development, lamented on Twitter on Good Friday that "whoever may have thought that after two years of hiatus there could have been a decline in religious parades in the street has been wrong.”
Holy Week processions resumed in Spain this year.