Tibżgħux mill-lupu, tkellmu ċar mingħajr ma tiġġudikaw lil ħadd

Il-Ġimgħa, 30 ta’ Ġunju 2017: L-Arċisqof Charles J. Scicluna ordna sitt saċerdoti ġodda, żewġ djoċesani (Ryan Lee Pace, Mark Spiteri u Sinclair Bugeja) u tliet reliġjużi (Aaron Zahra, Clive Camilleri u Ramon Farrugia), fil-Kon-Katidral ta’ San Ġwann, il-Belt Valletta. Continue reading “Tibżgħux mill-lupu, tkellmu ċar mingħajr ma tiġġudikaw lil ħadd”

Church origins and missions in Libya

Abstracts from THE MALTESE MISSIONARY EXPERIENCE – 20
By Fr John Caruana

Mgr Sylvester Magro OFM Bishop of Benghazi relates that the beginnings of the Church in Libya go back to the origins of Christianity itself. One recalls Simon of Cyrene who helped the Lord carry the Cross during his Passion (Mk 15:21). According to the Coptic Church of Egypt, St Mark the Evangelist was also originally from Cyrene.

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