On Wednesday 3rd July 2013, Archbishop Paul Cremona O.P. will ordain nine new priests (three diocesan and six from religious orders) at St John’s Co-Cathedral, Valletta. The celebration begins at 6.30 p.m. The following will be ordained to the priesthood:
Rev. Glen Attard O.Carm.
Rev. Stephen Borg O.F.M. Conv.
Rev. Bernard Falzon M.S.S.P.
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On Wednesday 3rd July, 2013, Archbishop Paul Cremona OP will ordain nine new priests (three diocesan and six from religious orders) at St John’s Co-Cathedral, Valletta.
The celebration begins at 6.30 p.m.
The following will be ordained to the priesthood:
• Glen Attard O.Carm.
• Stephen Borg O.F.M. Conv.
• Bernard Falzon M.S.S.P… Read more »
9.15 a.m. The Archbishop presides over a Curia senior staff meeting, at his residence, Attard.
6.30 p.m. The Archbishop presides over a meeting of his Delegates, at his residence, Attard.
9.30 a.m. The Archbishop meets the Monitoring Committee about consultation of youth involvement, at the Curia.
6.30 p.m. The Archbishop celebrates mass of the feast of The Sacred Heart of Jesus at the Oratory of The Sacred Heart, Mosta… Read more »
On Saturday 29th June 2013, the Archbishop celebrated Pontifical Mass on the occasion of the Feast of St. Peter and St. Paul, and the official inauguration of H.E. Archbishop Aldo Cavalli, the Apostolic Nuncio for Malta, at St. Paul’s Cathedral, Mdina.
The photos of the Archbishop’s events may be purchased from PHOTOCITY, Valletta… Read more »
Archbishop Paul Cremona O.P. has appointed Can. Anton Galea Scannura as parish priest of Saint Peter in Chains parish in Birżebbuġa.
Born on 17th July 1973, Can. Anton Galea Scannura received his education at Stella Maris in Balzan, at Ħamrun’s Junior Lyceum, and at 6th Form in Msida. He continued his tertiary education at the Faculty of Theology (Philosophy & Theology), University of Malta… Read more »
WYD in Rio 2013
The archbishop of Rio de Janeiro has reassured young people planning to attend World Youth Day that the protests occurring in various cities in Brazil will not affect the massive event. Archbishop Orani Joao Tempesta told Vatican Radio June 21 he has spoken with Brazilian intelligence officials who have guaranteed that World Youth Day will be a safe event. Millions have taken part in protests across Brazil in recent days, over an increase in the cost of public transportation, the high costs of the 2014 World Cup, and demanding an end to government corruption… Read more »