St. Joseph’s Church in Msida becomes Archpresbyterial

St. Joseph’s Parish in Msida has been elevated to an Archpresbyterial parish, with its parish priest henceforth carrying the title of archpriest.

The decree was read out this evening in the same parish, one week from the feast of St. Joseph.

Earlier Archbishop announced the start of the process for the church of Christ the King in Paola to be qualify to the status of Basilica.

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