Tag: Archbishop Charles Scicluna

Mercy essential ‘in whatever we do’ – Archbishop

Archbishop Charles Scicluna emphasised that mercy would always be essential ‘in whatever we do and in whatever happens to us’ in his homily during an incardination mass that took place at the Archbishop’s Seminary.

Live on 103: Can the Church renew itself?

On Saturday at 9.00a.m. during Newsbook Hour on 103 Malta’s Heart, Dr Nadia Delicata, the Archbishop delegate for Evangelisation will answer the questions of Fr Joe Borg about this process of renewal.

Watch: Public Masses will resume on 13th June

Archbishop Charles Scicluna to announce details on liturgical celebrations which will resume from mid-June.

New parish priest for St Augustine’s parish

He was ordained priest on 18 October 1996 by Archbishop Ġużeppi Mercieca.

Bishops to discuss the re-opening of churches with Minister Fearne

On Monday at 6pm, Archbishop Charles Scicluna, Auxiliary Bishop Joseph Galea Curmi and Gozo’s Apostolic Administrator Bishop Mario Grech will be meeting Deputy Prime Minister and Health Minister Chris Fearne to discuss the way forward on whether Churches are to re-open in view of the fact that Prime Minister Robert Abela hinted on Sunday that restaurants and hairdressers amongst other businesses will re-open in the coming days.

Watch: Children celebrate Archbishop’s birthday

Archbishop Charles Scicluna will turn 61 on Friday, and to mark this special occasion the Diocesan Commission for Children (KDT) has prepared a special video for him.

Watch: We’ve received the gift of life, wisdom and learnt the...

Archbishop Scicluna presided over Mass on the Fifth Sunday of Easter and Mother's Day. The mass was celebrated at the Shrine of Our Lady of Mellieħa.

Watch: Archbishop endorses the ‘Adopt a Grandparent’ Campaign

In a recorded video message Mgr Scicluna encouraged all who can to participate in the campaign Adopt a Grandparent.

Striving for justice is a personal duty, Archbishop Scicluna says

The scale down mass service was held at the Bidnija Chapel. The mass was organised by Repubblika and Occupy Justice and was streamed online due to the coronavirus outbreak in Malta. Fr Brendan Gatt delivered the homily during mass.

“They will drown” – NGO Chaplain tells Maltese Authorities

“In a few hours the sea is set to swell and if these people are not saved before the sea gets rough, they will die”.