Oscar de Alfonso talks about how he sees Freemasonry in Spain.

Oscar de Alfonso, Grand Master of the Grande Logia de Espana, talks about Freemasonry, the situation of Spanish freemasonry and even has time to let a personal note about what his wife thinks about the Craft.
It is an open and frank chat from a new generation of leaders of freemasonry that make its way to the frontline and faces the world as it is, struggling to find a place for the Royal Art in it. It talks about also the additional corps he belongs: Mark Masons, Royal Arc, Order of Santo Tomás de Acón, Royal Order of Scotland. A gust of wind and a conversation in the first person.
The newspaper? La Vanguardia here