Episcopal Conference of Malta

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Maltese Episcopal Conference (Konferenza Episkopali Maltija in Maltese) is the official Catholic bishops' meeting in the Republic of Malta. Its president, as of 2016 is Charles J. Scicluna, the Archbishop of Malta. The Conference of Bishops of Malta is a member of the Council of European Bishops' Conferences and the Commission of the Bishops' Conferences of the European Community.


The members of the conference are:

Working bodies[edit]

Within the Episcopal Conference make the following committees and bodies of the actual and necessary work:

  • Commission for Liturgical Affairs
  • Commission for the Church in Malta and Europe
  • Commission for Education
  • Commission for the preservation of Christian culture
  • National Council on Philanthropy and charitable assistance
  • Council for the Promotion of the priestly vocation
  • Office to investigate sexual abuse
  • Regional court of second instance

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