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Topic: Malta

If I had an hour left to live I’d want to spend it in Valetta

Let’s raise a Kinnie to one of the world’s most beautiful – and most Catholic – cities

Order of Malta Grand Chancellor: ‘It’s a tragedy that thousands of years of Christian culture are being destroyed’

The Grand Chancellor of the Order of Malta discusses the dangers of providing aid in a volatile age

Prince William attends Mass ‘in official capacity’ for the first time

The Duke of Cambridge was in Malta to celebrate the island’s 50 years of independence

The redemptive power of Our Lady of Sorrows is perfectly encapsulated by Michelangelo’s Pietà

To contemplate one of the great artist’s masterworks it is to experience an inkling of what redemption entails

Libya’s Christian community is not the first to face extinction in North Africa

The Church west of Egypt has long been plagued by heresy, piracy and persecution

Simone Lia: I feel like I’m living in God’s graphic novel

The graphic novelist explains how a bunny rabbit, a neglected boy and a group of Mormons led her back to the Catholic Church

Giving credit where it’s due to Pope Paul VI

Despite severe challenges, the Church did not enter a steep decline the end of the pontiff’s reign

Morning Catholic must-reads: 21/04/14

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

We should bring the Courtyard of the Gentiles to England

Promoting dialogue between believers and non-believers will enrich our national conversation

Cardinal urged Church unity in speech to conclave before Francis’s election

Full text of Cardinal Grech’s remarks published by Vatican newspaper