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Title: Karmni Grima (k/a ta’ Pari: 1838-1922) : genealogical history
Authors: Calleja, Toni
Keywords: Grima, Karmni, 1838-1922
Catholic Church -- Malta
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: University of Malta. Gozo Campus
Citation: Calleja, T. (2018). Karmni Grima (k/a ta’ Pari: 1838-1922) : genealogical history. Gozo Observer, 38, 11-14.
Abstract: On the 2nd February 2018 the island of Gozo commemorated the 180th anniversary of the birth of Karmni Grima, who was known as being favoured with hearing our Lady’s voice coming out of the titular painting of the Assumption of our Lady venerated at the blessed chapel of Ta’ Pinu. 1 The titular painting was executed by Maestro Bartolomeo Perugino of Valletta, in 1619. Geographically and historically, Ta’ Pinu, today a National Shrine, forms part of the hamlet of Ta’ Għammar. In the Acts of the Apostolic Visit of the year 1575 by the Most Reverend Monsignor Pietro Dusina, Apostolic Visitor delegated by Pope Gregory XIII, it is stated that: “The church, known as tal-Ġentili (literally of the Gentiles) is found in the limits of Għammar”.
Appears in Collections:The Gozo Observer - Issue 38, Summer 2018
The Gozo Observer - Issue 38, Summer 2018

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