During the last weeks of her life, Teresita reminded her mother of Christ on the cross, particularly when she could no longer drink water, and the nurses put gauze soaked in water in her mouth.
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“Nowadays, people are looking for an explanation; but in those days it was all much simpler: they were Catholics, they were religious, they were ‘curates’ and they had to die.” —Bishop Damián Iguacén
Father Bonet and his companions were truly free men, because they surrendered to the truth that God is.
Blessed Joan Roig Diggle was killed “in hatred of the faith” in 1936 during the Spanish Civil War.
The case, triggered by a controversial government-supported art performance that utilized stolen consecrated hosts, is now before the European Court of Human Rights.
In a post on the Archdiocese of Valencia’s website, parish administrator Fr. Juan Crespo reported that the vandals stole several religious objects and significantly damaged the building.
Farmers have been among the many groups affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Martínez always felt his vocation in life was to help others, and from a young age he wanted to be a doctor.
A leading Spanish archbishop had faced legal complaints over a homily critical of politicians’ attacks on traditional family life.