Category Archives: St Gregory

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NEWS: The Bones at St Gregory: Science vs Folk

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The Times of Malta issued on the 15th April 1969 reported the discovery of U-shaped corridor round the eastern transept of the Church of St Gregory.    The corridor was discovered by Mr John Mary Debono referred to as an … Continue reading

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NEWS: The Holy Week at Żejtun

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The annual celebrations of the Holy Week came to an end today with the feast of Risen Christ.  These celebration are at heart of the Żejtun people and are very well attended. Preparations for this weeks start even before the … Continue reading

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St Gregory’s Procession held today

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Today, the first Wednesday after Easter Sunday, at Zejtun we had the traditional  procession of St Gregory. Although in the past this procession used to start from Imdina, with the Cathedral Chapter meeting at the Tarxien Parish Church all the … Continue reading

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Sicilian Professors visit Zejtun

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A group of Sicilian professors coming from the Universita’ di Palermo and officials from the Comune di Ragusa, have recently visited Zejtun.  The visitors were led by Heritage Malta officials and their visit was part of a day tour following a meeting … Continue reading

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Photowalk by MIPP members

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On Sunday 10th July, a group of members from the Malta Institute of Professional Photography had a photowalk at Zejtun.  This activity was organised in collaboration with Wirt iz-Zejtun who was responsible for guiding the photographers.   Although the photo-graphers spent most of their … Continue reading

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St. Gregory’s Procession missed this year

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The traditional procession known as St Gregory’s was cancelled early this morning due to forcasts of bad weather. The procession was planned to start at 9:30 from the chapel of St. Clement and usually included the Chapter of the Mdina Cathedral and … Continue reading