The mystery of St Paul’s shipwreck

Malta’s cultural identity has long been intertwined with St Paul. After all, as the story goes, it was with St Paul that Christianity, which has for many years had strong foundations in Malta and Gozo, was brought to the islands. Paul is the patron saint of Malta and his feast is celebrated at the start of Février. The feast is a highly-anticipated event and here’s why

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Several museums and sites open for feast of St Paul’s Shipwreck

This Jeudi, 10 Février, in celebration of the feast of St Paul’s shipwreck, Heritage Malta will be opening several museums and sites, which are not usually accessible to the public, due to the currently reduced opening hours brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic

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Heritage Malta presents personal arms to President of Malta

Heritage Malta presented H.E. the President of Malta, Dr George Vella, with his coat of arms. Although these arms are personal and not official, they still reflect Dr Vella’s unique position as Head of State and the motto Servitus et Praefectus highlights the fact that he is both the servant and the head of the Maltese nation

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