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Is-Santwarju Ta’ Pinu: L-ewwel f’sensiela internazzjonali dwar Santwarji Marjani


L-Erbgħa, 11 ta’ Ottubru 2017:  Is-Santwarju tal-Madonna ta’ Pinu f’Għawdex kien l-ewwel wieħed li deher f’sensiela dwar Santwarji Marjani madwar id-dinja li bdiet tkun publikat minn publikazzjoni internazzjonali tal-Worldpriest.com.  Ara r-rapport … 

Shining a light upon shrines dedicated to Our Lady – places of great devotion and pilgrimage

Ta' Pinu

*The wonderful mosaics of the sanctuary Parvis outside the Shrine of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Ta’ Pinu.

There are many devotional shrines dedicated to Our Lady in diverse locations around the globe. The stories of some are very well known and they attract thousands of pilgrims and widespread publicity every year.

Others are not so familiar, but they are still regarded as legitimate places of pilgrimage, providing great peace and personal enrichment, as well as opportunities for reflection and deep contemplation within their local communities.

By clicking on to the https://www.worldpriest.com/news/  every month you can read about a different shrine from around the world – its background, location and religious associations. By sharing our knowledge of these special places we can explore beyond borders as we give great glory to Our Lady in thanksgiving for her motherly intercession and care which surpasses all earthly love.

The first in this series is the Shrine of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Ta’ Pinu – Gozo, Malta, which has been a place of veneration since 1545, when it was reported to have been rebuilt. This important shrine was visited by two popes — by St Pope John Paul II  on 26 May 1900 and on 18 April 2010 by Pope Benedict XVI.

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