"We know that we are alone. Or at least, without the support of the hierarchy that, with few exceptions, have given up before the Government. But many faithful support us and, while we can, we will resist." This is the thesis that, in small circles, the Benedictine friars of Cuelgamuros repeat before their more than predictable departure from the Valley of the Fallen, once the Democratic Memory Law that the Executive takes to the Council of Ministers this Tuesday comes into force.
Profile - Santiago Cantera, the prior of the Valley of the Fallen who refuses to serve sentences while allowing masses for Franco