The Maltese victory over an Ottoman invading expedition in 1565 providentially happened on the Feast of the Blessed Virgin’s Nativity.
Citizens of Malta painted the crosses on the front of their homes as a show of support and a pledge of service to refugees.
One of the oldest traditions is that St. Luke painted this fresco during his sojourn in Malta, way back in AD 60.
The Santwarju tal-Kunċizzjoni Immakulata tal-Qala is one of the most ancient places of Christian worship in the Maltese Islands.
The second delivery in our Marian Devotion and Veneration in Malta series.
The country is alone among nations for having a 2,000-year-old Christian tradition.
Each year offers more evidence for the authenticity of biblical records.
Hal Resqun tomb was covered and neglected for many years.
The location of the anchors would change what we know of the path of St. Paul's voyage.
St. Paul was shipwrecked off the coast of Malta in the year 60, and left behind an island that, to this day, is inhabited by some of the most passionate and unabashed Catholics in the world.