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The Bishop of Gozo, Mgr Mario Grech, has described his predecessor Mgr Nikol Cauchi as a father figure and a teacher for
the people of Gozo.
In brief comments this morning, Mgr Grech said that Mgr Cauchi’s hospitalisation yesterday was a shock and he was urging
the clergy and the people to pray for him.
He said that he had a long conversation with Mgr Cauchi last Sunday and he was still looking forward to projects which
he planned to carry out.
See comments in full on video above at
Mgr Cauchi, 81, was treated at the cardiac unit of Gozo General Hospital yesterday and transferred to Mater Dei Hospital
by helicopter this morning (see separate story).
His condition is critical but stable.
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Jesus Christ, Maħbubin uliedi [My dear sons and daughters],
I am very glad to be here with all of you today before the beautiful church of Saint Publius to celebrate the great mystery of God’s love made manifest in the Holy Eucharist. At this time, the joy of the Easter season fills our hearts because we are celebrating Christ’s victory, the victory of life over sin and death. It is a joy which transforms our lives and fills us with hope in the fulfilment of God’s promises. Christ is risen, alleluia!
High profile scholars from Europe, the US and the Middle East to address conference on Marriage and the family
On the 6th and the 7th of October, 2009, a dozen of global family scholars and practitioners from Europe, the United States and the Middle East are meeting in the Presidential Palace in Valletta for a colloquium highlighting the importance of strengthening marriage and the family. They will be presenting on topical issues related to marriage and the family putting a strong emphasis on family policy and how family well being is beneficial for society in general.
The Cana Movement , Malta in collaboration with the Centre for Family Studies at the University of Malta have been working over the past year to organize this world class colloquium The funding body for this event is the Doha Institute for Family Studies based in the Middle East (Doha, Qatar). The vision of this Institute is to establish a global study centre that will provide the region and the world with academic research, interdisciplinary studies and policy initiatives to support the efforts of governments, international organisations, UN agencies and civil societies to develop and implement family development plans, policies and programs. This colloquium is very much in line with the vision of the Doha Institute.
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