Tag: Archbishop Charles Scicluna

‘Insensitive humour’ – banned carnival float sparks debate

A carnival float featuring Archbishop Charles Scicluna and a Church residence which has now been banned sparked a debate on censorship and satire. It has been accused of being an insensitive attempt at humour.

Festivals Malta censures the design of the float

Festivals Malta said that it had warned the carnival company that the design submitted of the float linking Archbishop Charles Scicluna and a Church residence to child abuse “included defamatory aspects”.

Carnival float banned; “Insensitive” – Herrera

The Archbishop has dedicated and will continue to dedicate his energy and pastoral ministry to promote the protection of our children.

“Let us defend life from conception” – Archbishop Scicluna

Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna said that he hopes that the Maltese society keeps on caring about human life and defend it from the point of conception, following St Joseph’s steps.

Celebrate the Week for Prayer of Christian Unity

As of today, the 18th January, Christians all around the world are celebrating the Week for Prayer of Christian Unity. This will go on up until Saturday the 25th January. During the week, different Churches will get together for ecumenical prayers, with the theme for this year being from Chapter 28:2 of Acts of the Apostles - “They showed us unusual kindness.”

I gave instructions not to clean Daphne’s memorial – PM

PM answers journalists' questions during his visit to Dar tal-Kleru in Birkirkara, where he also met with Archbishop Charles Scicluna and the Auxiliary Bishop Joseph Galea Curmi.

Watch: Together we can provide a great source of hope –...

The Arcbishop Charles Scicluna and the Auxiliary Bishop Joseph Galea Curmi meet the Prime Minister Robert Abela

Għaqda tal-Pawlini meets the Archbishop and the President

The meeting took place as part of the opening celebrations of the 50 year anniversary since the establishment of the Għaqda tal-Pawlini

Watch: Cardinal Grech was not born wise; he became wise –...

Cardinal Prospero Grech was born as Stanley Grech in Birgu in 1925. He took the name Prospero when he joined the Augustinian Order in 1943. He was ordained to the priesthood in 1950 at St John Lateran Basilica. He was the second Maltese priest to be elevated as a cardinal.

Watch: Funeral cortege arrives at Mdina Cathedral

At noon, churches around Malta and Gozo will sound their bells in a funeral toll and at 1.40pm, the coffin will make its way to the Mdina Cathedral where Mass praesente cadavere will be presided over by Archbishop Charles Scicluna at 2pm.