Theology Students in aid of Uffiċċju Ejjew Għandi

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A yearly appointment at University is ‘The Make My House A Home Campaign’, organised by Għaqda Studenti tat-Teoloġija GħST in collaboration with RTK. The Orange Campaign, as it is more widely known on campus, ran from Thursday 4th to Friday 5th December. The total sum collected until the end of the event is €4,500, of which €2,700 were collected on campus through squeezing of oranges, sale of oranges, doughnuts, hot beverages,...

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Lura l-Università

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Wara li konna diġa lestejna l-kors tagħna ġewwa l-universita` u kellna wkoll ix-xogħol tagħna, il-Mulej sejħilna biex nimxu warajĦ għal din il-mixja ta’ formazzjoni ġewwa s-Seminarju. Din il-mixja talbet minna li nieqfu mix-xogħol li kellna u nerġgħu nibdew kors ieħor ġewwa l-universta`. Il-kors  li għandna kif bdejna huwa totalment differenti minn dak li konna għamilna qabel. Aħna konna segwejna korsijiet b’temi xjentifiċi, filwaqt...

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60 Years On…

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Sixty years have passed since the first student teachers entered the gate of Mater Admirabilis Training College at Tal-Virtù.  However, this was but the new accomodation of the college, which opened its doors to the first group of 25 students on October 20, 1944 – feast of Mater Admirablis – at very cramped quarters in the convent/school at St. Julian’s.  The initial ten-week course gradually developed into a two-year residential one, and a new...

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A live-in with a difference

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On the weekend of the last Sunday of the Liturgical Year, the Seminary was buzzing with activity as some 30 Grade 7 students from the Seminary Secondary School participated in a weekend live-in. The live-in was one of the annual live-ins organised for each Grade, by Fr Stephen Magro the School Chaplain and with the participation of other seminarians. This was the first live-in at the Seminary for these youngsters aged 11-12, and the activities...

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