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In line with its long tradition as a Faculty within the University, it pursues higher studies of the foundational texts and the development of Christianity in relation to other religions and world views, especially those that have flourished around the Mediterranean, and collaborates with other Faculties and Institutes of the University in such fields as those of Mediterranean studies and professional ethics.

As a Faculty of Theology enjoying canonical recognition, it seeks to help in the continuing renewal of the Church and its presence in society through the appraisal and interpretation of the Christian tradition, including Church structures, in accordance with the relevant ecclesial criteria for theological studies and research; it also provides appropriate courses of studies for Church ministry and other related work.

It believes that it can give a crucial contribution to human well-being on the individual and collective planes by the presentation of religion, particularly Christianity, as a unifying and constructive force in society and by the promotion of an ethics of solidarity and peace.

Public Talk

Public Talk on Learning how to Talk: the indispensability of truthfulness and witness for sexual and spiritual human beings
by Rev. Dr James Alison
Date: 24th April 2015 at 1800hrs
Venue: University of Malta, Gateway Building, Hall E
Organised by The Drachma Community in collaboration with the Faculty of Theology

Aquinas Lecture 2015
Annual Aquinas Lecture 2015
Lecturer: Rev. Professor William HENN (Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome)
Date: Thursday 23rd April 2015
Time: 1900hrs
Venue: Auditorium, Valletta Campus, University of Malta
Theme:Thomas Aquinas, Yves Congar and Unity in the Faith

Public Lecture
Date: Friday 24th April 2015
Time: 1100hrs
Venue: Lecture Centre, Room 119, University of Malta, Msida
Theme: Pope Francis and Ecumenism

All are invited

Dissertation Logbook
The Dissertation Logbook can be found here

Quick Guide for using the Chicago Style
Click to download document

Note to Contributors of Melita Theologica
  A set of guidelines for Contributions to Melita Theologica has been published.


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