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Sr Alexandra Chircop

Office: 22039408 Mobile: 99276842 Nationality: Maltese   Education   2013: Certifikate Qari tal-Provi-Malti (Melit); 2003: M A (Educ & Rel.) (Dublin); 2003: Permament Teacher’s Warrant (Ministry of Educ.) (Malta); 1992 B A (Educ. Adm) (Cal.State) 1994 Diploma Franciscan Studies (UK) 1982 Certificate in Methods of Educ. (UK)   Selected Publications   2014-2015       Articles in: ‘’L-Anzjan Illum”. Communications Unit - ... Read More »

Rev. Dr. Mark Sultana

Name: Rev. Dr Mark Sultana B.A., S.Th.L., Ph.D.(Greg.) Mark Sultana was born in Malta in 1973, and was ordained priest in 2000. He studied philosophy and theology at the University of Malta, where he also read for a Licentiate in Theology. He later gained a Licentiate and a Doctorate in Philosophy from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. A visiting student ... Read More »

Mr Edward Wright

Mr Wright teaches P.S.D and Social Studies at St Michael's School. He is Head of Department for PSD and Media Education with the Secretariat for Catholic Education. Mr Wright also lectures in the Pedagogy of Religious Education at the University of Malt Read More »

What kind of society would we like to live in?

Last Wednesday I attended a breakfast meeting at Palazzo de Piro as part of a project organised by a Christian-inspired think tank, Converse at Palazzo de Piro. The discussion is based on a document that investigates the vital question, “What kind of society would we like?”, and Wednesday’s conversation grouped together a number of persons from the business sector and ... Read More »

Converse at Palazzo de Piro

“What kind of society would we like to live in?”  As Malta continues to build its own history, could we engage in discussion to develop our national agenda? Throughout this year, the Converse at Palazzo de Piro project intends to engage a wide cross-section of Maltese society around this vital question. The itinerary of these Conversations is simple and focused. ... Read More »

Theology of the Family

The Pastoral Formation Institute is introducing another new course this year. Theology of the Family will commence on the 20th of January 2012. The second part of this course will concentrate on the module Family Ministry. This is a course that targets those who are either currently involved or who desire to become involved in their Parish family commission. With ... Read More »

Christian Leadership IV

The fourth part of the Christian Leadership course began on the 9th of January 2012. This group of students have been studying together for 3 years and as the course requires, they have also attended residential and non-residential retreats in order to tackle specific topics in closed environments. This course is specifically tailored for those who are leaders of Christian groups. Not ... Read More »