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Spain is a country on the Iberian Peninsula. It is bordered by Portugal to the west, and France to the north.

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William Thomas Walsh's Characters of the Inquisition (1940) ch. 5 ("Torquemada") fn. 10 gives this as the citation for the Latin text: For the complete Latin text of this Bull, see the Boletín de …
answered Mar 24 '18 by Geremia
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Firstly, the Catholic Church does not have jurisdiction over non-Catholics/non-members. In reference to 1917 Code of Canon Law canon #196, which was in force during Franco's reign, canonist Miaskiewic …
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Did Francisco Franco, who established Catholicism as the State religion of Spain, consider Hitler a "son of the Catholic Church" who "died while defending Christianity"? If so, why? Hitler acted … which that faith upholds. Despite this, Francisco Franco, Head of Spain, allegedly said on 3 May 1945:* Adolf Hitler son of the Catholic Church died while defending Christianity. It is …
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I found many citations (e.g., here) for this quote to Réforme, which is a French, Protestant weekly, not a Spanish newspaper. Being Protestant, it's hardly a credible source for the extraordinary clai …
answered Nov 23 '14 by Geremia