Tag: Bishop Mario Grech

‘We need a language which is understood,’ Mgr Grech says

The Apostolic Administrator of Gozo Bishop Mario Grech highlighted that the Church needs a new language which would enable Her to communicate in today's world.

Watch: “We need to explore more the diaconia dimension of Christian...

Are empty churches a challenge and an opportunity from God or are they just an accident of history? This is just one of the many questions that Bishop Mario Grech will be faced with during Newsbook Hour on the radio station 103 Malta’s Heart and Newsbook.com.mt on Saturday 9am.

Bishop Grech exhorts the faithful to seize the opportunities presented by...

We are the living Church and it would be suicidal if, after the pandemic, we simply continue in the old, tired ways.

The darkest night of the soul necessary for spiritual growth –...

"As we're passing through our darkest hour, let us allow St George to invite us again to open our hearts to Christ and let Him be our hope," he said.

“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”.

Watch: “Do not barricade your hearts to those drowning” – Bishop...

“It is not the blind who do not see but those who are heartless. We do not need good eyesight to see but a heart that is full of humanity”.

Follow in Jesus’ footsteps; support those around you in trying times...

The Apostolic Administrator of Gozo Mario Grech encouraged the faithful to follow in Jesus footsteps during this time of great uncertainty due to the outbreak of coronavirus.

Bishop Grech to raise funds to buy ventilator

The Apostolic Administrator of Gozo, Bishop Mario Grech announced that the Church in Gozo will raise funds to but a ventilator for patients in Gozo suffering from the coronavuirus.

This virus has built walls between people – Bishop Mario Grech

St Peter's Square was deserted and yesterday was closed off completely. This was the stark description of the heart of the Eternal City through the eyes of one Maltese who has become a veritable resident.

Pope Francis to be welcomed at Ta’ Pinu

Bishop Grech delivered his message at the end of a Pontifical Mass at the Parish Church of St Paul's Shipwreck at Munxar. He described the visit as "divine grace".