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Algeria – North Africa

Abstracts from THE MALTESE MISSIONARY EXPERIENCE – 17
By Fr John Caruana

The Augustinian Friars (OSA)
The presence of the Augustinian Friars in Algeria is a clear sign of faith for the Church and for their founder Saint Augustine, that Christ is felt in the Algerian population in a tangible way. With its presence, Saint Augustine is living not only in history but even in the spirit of community.

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Central America: Maltese and Gozitan Priests

Abstracts from THE MALTESE MISSIONARY EXPERIENCE – 16
By Fr John Caruana

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Maltese Bishops in the Americas

Abstracts from THE MALTESE MISSIONARY EXPERIENCE – 15
By Fr John Caruana

Honduras
Mgr Robert Camilleri Azzopardi from Hamrun, started his mission in Honduras in 1979 as vice parish priest, then parish priest for 13 years, in a parish comprising of 78 villages. In 1993, he was appointed Superior of the Franciscan Mission and in 1995 as Rector of St Francis’ Institute in Tegucigalba serving 2,300 students, from kindergarten up to University.

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Lay Missionaries in Latin America: Part 2

Abstracts from THE MALTESE MISSIONARY EXPERIENCE – 14
By Fr John Caruana

Catherine Fleri Soler in Chile

In 1992, Catherine Fleri Soler of Attard, started a missionary experience of two years in the poor periphery of Santiago, Chile. She participated in the programme ahaida entro familiar run by the organization Hogar de Cristo. The aim of this social programme was to help parents improve the environment in their home, hence encouraging their children to stay at home rather than take to the streets and be exposed to various risks. Read more…

Lay Missionaries in Latin America: Part 1

Abstracts from THE MALTESE MISSIONARY EXPERIENCE – 13
By Fr John Caruana

Members of the Society of Christian Doctrine (SDC) in Cuba

Providence willed that the visas for three SDC members to enter Cuba were issued on the day when the Society was commemorating the first meeting that the founder, St George Preca, had held with a group of young men in a small house in Hamrun.

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The North East of Brazil: Seminarians and Priests from Gozo

Abstracts from THE MALTESE MISSIONARY EXPERIENCE – 12
By Fr John Caruana

In December 1955, Joseph Galea of Sannat was the first seminarian from Gozo to go to the diocese of Joao Pessoa at the age of 22! He was ordained priest in 1959.
Fr José – as he became known – served as professor and master of discipline in the Seminary of Cajazeiras, and was parish priest in Sso Jose de Piranhas, in the parish of Itabaina, and for some time also served in Cachoeira dos Indios. Read more…

The Archdiocese of Sao Paulo

April 28, 2017 Leave a comment

Abstracts from THE MALTESE MISSIONARY EXPERIENCE – 11
By Fr John Caruana

The late Fr Peter Fenech went to Brazil soon after his ordination on the 7th of April 1962 with his colleague, Fr Frankie Tabone Adami. After a period in the diocese of Londrina in the State of Parana, he moved to the Archdiocese of Sao Paulo serving with the late Cardinal Arns who deeply respected him. Read more…