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EVENTS: Folklore at the traditional feast of St Gregory

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On the first Wednesday after Easter Sunday, at Żejtun we celebrate the traditional feast of St Gregory.  This starts with a votive procession at Żejtun in the morning and ends up in a large picnic at Marsaxlokk in the afternoon. … Continue reading


EVENTS: A visit to the Old Parish Church with the MUSEUM boys

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Wirt iż-Żejtun in collaboration with the Society of Catholic Doctrine – MUSEUM, Zejtun Boys branch have organised a cultural visit to a group of boys to the Old Parish Church of St Catherine. The group was given historical information about … Continue reading


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

OPINION POLL: The Secret Passage – which story do you believe?

DSCN3677We have been hearing many stories about the secret passages and the considerable amount of human bones which were found in the 1960s within the wall thickness in the old parish church of Żejtun (San Girgor).  

These stories are the subject of various articles and features and many believe that this discovery will remain an unsolved mystery.