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Rev. Glen Attard
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Facebook-Blank-Photo1Rev. Glen Attard O.Carm. obtained an Associateship Diploma from the London College of Music (A.L.C.M.), Thames University, in 2003, and, two years after, in 2005, he then obtained a Licentiate Diploma (L.L.C.M.) from the same College specialising in piano performance and interpretation. In 2010 he graduated in Sacred Theology (S.Th.B.) from the University of Malta. In 2012 he graduated in a Licentiate in Sacred Theology (S.Th.L.), specialising in Spiritual Theology, from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. Also in 2012, he started reading for a Doctorate in Sacred Theology (S.Th.D.) within the Pontifical Gregorian University, specialising in Russian Spirituality and Mystagogy. In 2014, he underwent an intensive course in the Derzhavin Institute, St Petersburg, Russia, where he specialised his studies in the Russian language and where he also participated in an Experts’ Meeting on the philosophy of the Russian polymath Pavel Florenskij (1882-1937).

He is a member of the Department of Moral Theology as an Assistant Lecturer in Spiritual Theology, giving also special importance to the Spirituality of the Christian East. He has delivered talks about Pavel Florenskij both locally as well as in Italy. Currently (between 2015 and 2018), he is serving the Maltese Carmelite Province as Provincial Secretary. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Carmelite Institute Malta, which is affiliated to the Faculty of Theology.



  • Богословие Общения в «Christifideles Laici» (1988) и у Павла Флоренского (1882-1937) [‘A Theology of Communion according to Christifideles Laici (1988) and Pavel Florenskij (1882-1937)], in Folio Petropolitana 2 (2015). (in Russian)
  • The Wounded Nietzschean-Thérèsian Spirit. An exploration of the similarities and not between Nietzschean and Thérèsian Anthropologies, in Melita Theologica 63/1 (2013), 35-57.


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