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Marsa (Holy Trinity)

  • The church and Capuchin Friary in Marsa were built by Lorenzo Balbi and his wife. Marsa became a parish on the 19th April 1913.

    Parish Population: 4,200

    Families: 1,100

  • Holy Trinity Parish

    Dedication date 19 April 1917

  • Parish Priest

    Rev. Dominic Mangani O.F.M. Cap.

  • Parish Office

    Balbi Street, Marsa

    MRS 1815

  • Office Hours

    Mondays and Fridays

    9.00 – 10.00 am

    7.00 – 7.30pm

  • Office Hours during Summer

    Mondays and Fridays

    8.30 – 10.30 am (except First Fridays)

  • Telephone


  • Capuchin Community

    P. Dominic Mangani OFMCap, Parish Priest

    P. Ġwakkin Mercieca OFM Cap

    P. Wistin Attard OFMCap

    P. Carmel Dimech OFMCap

    P. Mario Attard OFMCap

    P. Jethro Bajada OFMCap

    P. Ivan Scicluna OFMCap

    Parish Pastoral Council

    President: Rev. Dominic Mangani O.F.M. Cap., Parish Priest

    Moderator: Ms Mary Attard

    Segretary: Ms Annie Pisani

  • Holy Masses

    Sundays and Feast Days: 6.00, 7.30, 9.00, 11.30am, 6.00pm

    Saturday Evenings: 6.00pm

    Weekdays: 6.00, 7.00, 8.30am; 6.00pm (winter);  6.00, 7.00, 8.30am 6.30pm (summer)

  • Other Churches

  • Chapel of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

    In 1875 the civil authorities planned the building of a new town which was to be called Albert Town in honour of Albert, the Prince Consort of Queen Victoria. The plan did not succeed but a number of families went to live near the church of the Sacred Heart, which had been built for the new town. In 1951 the church was given to the Capuchin friars of Marsa.

  • Priest in charge

    P. Ġwakkin Mercieca OFMCap

  • Holy Masses

    Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays: 5.30 pm

  • Church of the Assumption “Ta’ Ċeppuna”

    This is an old church which was derelict for a long time.

  • Church of Our Lady of Divine Grace “Ta’ Ċejlu”

    The church, known as “ta’ Ċejlu”, was built in 1870 for the benefit of the port workers and the small number of people living in Marsa at that time.

  • Adoration Chapel

    Holy Trinity Parish


    Oratory, entrance from Balbi Street, Marsa

    Opening Hours:

    Monday to Friday:

    9am – 11.30am