Bishop Elect Joseph Galea-Curmi said that he felt no discernible malaise arising out of the number of immigrants residing in his hometown, Balzan. He expressed the opinion that the hostile attitude to migrants is, more often than not, the result of a lack of reflection on the traumas that these people went through. “I worry when I see people not living their faith and blaming other faiths as compensation” said Mgr Galea-Curmi
In this, the second of a four-part interview with Newsbook.com.mt’s Fr Joe Borg, Mgr Galea Curmi talks about
- How his life will change after his ordination and how he will still walk to Mass each day
- How he perceives the ‘human touch’ and how meeting people outside the Church is essential to a priest’s pastoral work
- How Maltese Catholics need to look to the way they are living their faith rather than criticising other faiths.