Tista' taqra bil- Malti.
“If we do not share what has been entrusted to us with those that need the most, we will be judged.” This is what Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna stressed during mass at Santa Venera on Sunday.
The mass was celebrated to mark the passing of a Church property known as the Adelaide Cini Institute to Hospice Malta.
During his homily, the Archbishop said that Adelaide Cini’s beatification needs to be taken seriously. This as she inherited wealth and chose to share it with the needy.
He defined Cini to be at par with Nazju Falzon and Adeodata Pisani. The only difference is that she was a lay person and not a nun or a man of the church.
Today, Cini’s building, which was built 100 years ago when Bishop Mauro Caruana was the head of the Maltese Church is passing again to lay persons who are addressing the urgencies of today.