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Title: A legacy that lives on
Authors: DeBattista, AndrĂ© P.
Keywords: Cuschieri, Anastasio, 1876-1962
Carmelites -- Malta -- Biography
Authors, Maltese -- 19th century
Authors, Maltese -- 20th century
Poets, Maltese -- 19th century
Poets, Maltese -- 20th century
Philosophy and religion -- Study and teaching -- Malta
Issue Date: 2019-07-25
Publisher: Allied Newspapers Limited
Citation: DeBattista, A. P. (2019, July 25). A legacy that lives on, Times of Malta, pp. 13.
Abstract: Anastasju Cuschieri was a Carmelite friar, a poet, a philosopher, a lecturer, a renowned preacher, and a Senator in Malta's short-lived Senate. Paolo Cuscheri was born in Valletta on January 27, 1876. Upon joining the Carmelites in 1891, he was given the name Anastasio. Like several other intellectuals of the period, he was attracted and attached to Malta's Italian and Latin culture. This was reflected in his political work and his public life. He also wrote a lot of poems, revealing a simple and profound man. Fr Anastasju Cuschieri passed away on July 25, 1962, in his cell in the Carmelite Priory in Valletta.
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