Order of Saint Augustine

"Anima una et cor unum in Deum!" (Regula)

Thought of Saint Augustine
God became a man so that by following a man, which you can do, you will reach God, which you could not do.
There is an origin and source of virtue. There is a root of wisdom. And, there is, so to speak, a region of changeless truth. If the soul leaves this region, it lives in darkness but, when it approaches this region, it is enlightened.
(En. in ps. 58, S 1, 18)
All I ask in my prayer is to know God and the soul, that is what I want.

Fr. Prosper Grech Honored

December, 2011
Fr. Prosper Grech OSA

Fr. Prospero Grech OSA, a member of the Collegio Santa Monica, Rome, and of the Province of Malta, received his country's highest decoration, that of the National Order of Merit in the rank of Companion of Honor, the most prestigious rank as it permits of only three members at any one time. The award was presented in virtue of Father Grech's many achievements, especially his contributions to society as theologian, by the President of Malta, George Abela, in ceremonies at the presidential palace commemorating the 37th anniversary of Malta as a republic.

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