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While Spanish victims are forced to wait for justice, Portugal publishes report on abuses in the Catholic Church
A DEVASTATING report published this week has revealed that at least 4,815 children were sexually abused by members of the Catholic Church in Portugal...
Probe by Spain’s Catholic Church into child sex abuse branded ‘near useless’ by prosecutor
SPAIN'S Proscutor’s Office has slammed an internal investigation by the Spanish Catholic Church into sex abuse allegations as ‘biased’ and ‘of little use’. Spain’s Episcopal...
How a Toledo synagogue became a symbol of anti-Semitism in Spain
To mark Castilla-La Mancha Day, the Olive Press visits a curious monument symbolic of an age-old conflict in Spain.
Rebel Spanish priest shocks Catholic traditionalists by opening his Madrid church to the homeless this Christmas, writes Heather Galloway
He has been criticised for mingling with celebrities and giving homosexual couples his blessing
More than 127,000 Sephardi Jews outside Spain apply for Spanish citizenship after their ancestors were exiled 600 years ago
The Sephardi Jews set up communities throughout Spain and Portugal before they began to be exiled in the 15th Century
Spanish Catholic group under fire AGAIN after comparing feminists to Hitler on side of campaign bus
HazteOir is an ultra-Catholic organisation that has faced similar controversy before
63 YEARS: Paedophile in pope’s inner circle who lived in Spain protected by ‘mafia’ Vatican for seven decades
SINCE 1943 the Vatican hid documents on the paedophilia of a top Catholic priest, it has been revealed. Marcial Maciel, who founded the Legionaries of...
Lesbians who tricked Spain’s Catholic church almost 120 years ago to have film made about them
A FILM chronicling the lives of two pioneering lesbians is under the works in Spain. It comes 117 years after Elisa and Marcela posed as...
Pope Francis fuming after Vatican police raid ‘drug-fuelled gay orgy’ at home of top cardinal
Police were called to the apartment by neighbours who complained of loud noises
PRAYER BATTLE: Granada Catholics outraged after Muslim prayers held near Virgin Mary statue
The gathering was sanctioned by the town hall and welcomed by mayor Francisco Cuenca
Ratings for Spain’s televised mass soar after Podemos calls for it to be scrapped
The far-left party had proposed a bill that would end the broadcast of the Roman Catholic Mass on La2 television in a bid to make Spain more ‘multicultural’.
Chelsea Clinton condemns Hazte Oir anti-transgender bus heading to Malaga
She took to Twitter to urge Catholic group Hazte Oir not to 'bring these buses to the U.S. (or anywhere)' as it revealed a new bus to tour the country next week
Church weddings hit historic low in Spain
Only 22.2% of 68,560 couples tied the knot at the country's catholic altars in the first half of 2016
PSOE prime minister candidate wants to scrap religious education from Spain’s schools
If Pedro Sanchez is named prime minister he has vowed to pull religion courses form both public and private schools
Meet the headmaster of Gibraltar’s new independent school next week
The Rock Hotel is hosting an information evening to introduce the headmaster of Gibraltar's independent school opening September 2016
New private school to open in Gibraltar
A brand new independent senior school in Gibraltar is set to open in September 2016
Granada court drops charges against Catholic priests accused of sex abuse
Nine out of 10 of the priests and two laymen have been cleared due to the time delay
Judge in Granada charges ten priests with child abuse
The accused have been charged with abusing four teenage boys between 2004 and 2007
Andalucia battles Church move to strike ‘Mosque’ from Cordoba Cathedral title
Andalucia’s Tourist Board refuses to accept the Catholic Church's decision to change Cordoba's iconic Mosque-Cathedral's title
Is Spain’s Catholic church on its knees?
The Spanish church is in freefall after a scandal exposed a sinister paedophile sect, praying on youngsters. Are its days of influence numbered, asks Jacqueline Fanchini and Tom Powell
Praying for change: in the Catholic Church
Has the Granada sex scandal brought the Catholic Church to its knees?
Estepona castle reopen to the public
Estepona’s 16th century Castillo de San Luis is set to be opened again to the public
James Bond just isn’t the same in Spain
Censored versions of Ian Fleming novels produced during chaste Franco era are still being reproduced today
Faults in the Pope’s new plan
Columnist Max Barnie offers his view on the Pope requiring a common language
A divine career
Campaign offering ‘eternal wealth’ and a ‘permanent job’ has been launched by Spain’s Catholic Church in an effort to attract young men into the priesthood
Nuns’ sexy photos cause stir in Spain
Exhibition of 50 provocative images leads to calls for protests 'against blasphemy'
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