Christianity in Malta
In the small Mediterranean island nation of Malta the predominant religion is Roman Catholicism.
The Church in Malta is described in the Book of Acts (Acts 27:39-42; Acts 28:1-11) to have been fou...
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Archdiocese of Malta
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Malta (Malti: Arċidjoċesi ta' Malta) is an archdiocese of the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church in Malta.
Tradition claims that St Paul himself established the di...
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Diocese of Gozo
The Diocese of Gozo (in Latin Goulos-Gaudisiensis), is a see of the Catholic Church in Malta. The diocese comprises the island of Gozo (seventeen miles west of the Maltese capital Valletta) and the is...
Eli Smith
Eli Smith (1801–1857) was an American Protestant Missionary and scholar, born at Northford, Conn. He graduated from Yale in 1821 and from Andover Theological Seminary in 1826. He worked in Malta unt...
Sanctuary of Our Lady of Mellieħa
The Sanctuary of Our Lady of Mellieħa (Maltese: Il-Madonna tal-Mellieħa) is a Marian shrine in the village of Mellieħa in Malta.It was originally constructed in the late 16th century and contains ...
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Maltese Episcopal Conference
Maltese Episcopal Conference (Konferenza Episkopali Maltija in Maltese) is the official bishops' meeting in the Republic of Malta. Its president, as of 2013 is Mario Grech,the Bishop of Gozo. The Conf...
St Augustine Church (Malta)
St Augustine Church (in Maltese: il-Knisja ta' Santu Wistin) is one of the churches built during the creation of the new city of Valletta, Malta. The foundation stone was laid in 1571 according to the...
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Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Parish Church, Tas-Sliema, Malta
The Sanctuary of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart in Tas-Sliema, Malta, has been a parish church since 1918. The church was built on the initiative of Fr. Paul Vella D.D. in 1877–1881. In November, six mo...
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Lent in Malta
Numerous religious traditions, most of them inherited from one generation to the next, are part of the Paschal celebrations in the Maltese Islands.
Lent begins by Ash Wednesday (Ras ir-Randan), th...
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St Francis of Assisi Church (Valletta)
St Francis of Assisi Church, dedicated to St Francis of Assisi (Maltese: San Franġisk t'Assisi), in Valletta (the capital city of Malta), was built in 1598 and was completed by 1607. After a few d...
List of monasteries and convents in Malta
This is a list of monasteries and convents in Malta and Gozo:
Christ the Redeemer Church
Christ the Redeemer Church is a church in Valletta, the capital of Malta. It stands as a corner house number 146 on St Christopher Street.The history of the church began in 1692, when Friar Andrea, a...
Żejtun
Iż-Żejtun, is the largest city in the south-eastern district of Malta, with a population of 11,521 in March 2013. The city had an estimated population of 11,410 in 2005. Żejtun holds the title of Citt...
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Easter Sunday Processions in Malta and Gozo
Easter Sunday processions are just as popular in Malta and Gozo as the Good Friday manifestations. Every year, 19 processions are organised – 14 in Malta (Birgu, Cospicua, Gżira, Mosta, Qormi in the t...
Blessed Virgin of Ta' Pinu
The Blessed Virgin of Ta' Pinu, or as it is known in Maltese, "Il-Madonna ta' Pinu" is a religious devotion which originated on Gozo, the sister island of Malta. The many Maltese and Gozitans living a...
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William Jowett
William Jowett (1787 – 20 February 1855) was a missionary and author, in 1813 becoming the first Anglican clergyman to volunteer for the overseas service of the Church Missionary Society. A leader of ...
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Roman Catholic Diocese of Gozo
The Diocese of Gozo (in Latin Goulos-Gaudisiensis), is a see of the Catholic Church in Malta. The diocese comprises the island of Gozo (seventeen miles west of the Maltese capital Valletta) and the is...
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People's Sunday
The People's Sunday celebrations are held on the first Sunday of Lent at Żabbar, Malta, popularly known as Ħadd in-Nies, are living recollections of the centuries-old devotion to Our Lady of Graces (I...
Society of Christian Doctrine
The Societas Doctrinæ Christianæ M.U.S.E.U.M. (Society of Christian Doctrine) is a society for Catholic lay men and women in Malta who want to dedicate themselves fully to God and to help the Church i...
William Goodell (missionary)
William Goodell (1792–1867) was an American missionary. He was born at Templeton, Mass., educated at Phillips Academy (Andover), Dartmouth College, and Andover Theological Seminary. He was accepted ...
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Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Malta
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Malta (Malti: Arċidjoċesi ta' Malta) is an archdiocese of the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church in Malta.
Tradition claims that St Paul himself established the di...
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Malta - Wikipedia
List of churches in Malta
In the small island state of Malta, the church or chapel is a common feature of the landscape. Many churches in Malta dominate the skyline, and the domes and steeples can usually be seen from across t...
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