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|Title:||Marking 800 years of Dominican legacy|
|Keywords:||Dominicans -- Malta -- History|
Dominicans -- Malta -- Anniversaries, etc.
Dominic, Saint, 1170-1221
|Publisher:||Allied Newspapers Limited|
|Citation:||Abela, L. (2016, August 28). Marking 800 years of Dominican legacy, Sunday Times of Malta, pp. 36.|
|Abstract:||In 2016, the Dominican order, or order of preachers, or even still, the black friars, celebrated the 800th anniversary of its foundation by Dominic of Guzman - a humble friar who came from the small village of Caleruega in Spain. In Malta, the Dominicans set up their first convent in Rabat around 1470, just outside the walls of the old city of Mdina, and soon they set up a 'studium' for their novices and lay people. During the last centuries several Maltese Dominicans made a name for themselves through their spiritual inspiration.|
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