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Rachel Espinoza holds daughter Phoebe, who was bundled up in her Malta gear for the recent Day of Recollection in Chicago. Gibran Espinoza, Phoebe's father, will be invested this September.

Day of Recollection in Chicago

Maria Kelly, DM
3/19/2020

"Always be ready to give an explanation to anyone who asks you for a reason for your hope."  1Peter 3.

 

In January, 27 members and prospective members from the Chicago and Milwaukee regions considered these words as the Rev. Richard Fragomeni, rector of the Shrine of Our Lady of Pompeii ...

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Philadelphia Members Participate in Archbishop’s Installation

Robert Macri, KM
3/5/2020

Members of the Philadelphia Region joined with members of the American Association to witness the installation of Archbishop Nelson J. Perez, as the fourteenth bishop and tenth archbishop of Philadelphia, last month at the Cathedral ...

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Thanksgiving dinner with Military Chaplain Kim leading a prayer before serving

Walter Reed Medical Center Update

Larry Demaree, KM
2/20/2020

The Order of Malta has more than 100 members and volunteers, joined by the Lutheran Johanniter Order, who are active in ministry at the Walter Reed Naval Medical Center. Even as changes have occurred, participation ...

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2020 Day of Reflection: DC/Montgomery County Region

Hugh Dempsey, KMOb
2/20/2020

Last month, 55 members and guests participated in the 2020 Day of Reflection sponsored by the DC/Montgomery regions. The Rev. Thomas Acklin, OSB, of the Saint Vincent Archabbey and Seminary in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, discussed ...

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Rachel Espinoza holds daughter Phoebe, who was bundled up in her Malta gear for the recent Day of Recollection in Chicago. Gibran Espinoza, Phoebe's father, will be invested this September.

Day of Recollection in Chicago

Maria Kelly, DM
3/19/2020

"Always be ready to give an explanation to anyone who asks you for a reason for your hope."  1Peter 3.

 

In January, 27 members and prospective members from the Chicago and Milwaukee regions considered these ...

read more

Philadelphia Members Participate in Archbishop’s Installation

Robert Macri, KM
3/5/2020

Members of the Philadelphia Region joined with members of the American Association to witness the installation of Archbishop Nelson J. Perez, as the fourteenth bishop and tenth archbishop of Philadelphia, last month at the Cathedral ...

read more

Thanksgiving dinner with Military Chaplain Kim leading a prayer before serving

Walter Reed Medical Center Update

Larry Demaree, KM
2/20/2020

The Order of Malta has more than 100 members and volunteers, joined by the Lutheran Johanniter Order, who are active in ministry at the Walter Reed Naval Medical Center. Even as changes have occurred, participation ...

read more

2020 Day of Reflection: DC/Montgomery County Region

Hugh Dempsey, KMOb
2/20/2020

Last month, 55 members and guests participated in the 2020 Day of Reflection sponsored by the DC/Montgomery regions. The Rev. Thomas Acklin, OSB, of the Saint Vincent Archabbey and Seminary in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, discussed ...

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Our Lady of Good Help Pilgrimage

Kate Signorelli, DMOb
2/6/2020

The next annual pilgrimage of the Order of Malta to the National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help in the Diocese of Green Bay, Wisconsin is scheduled for August 6-9. Registration opens this month ...

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Vatican Scholar Speaks to Lancaster Region

Dan Krieger, KM
2/6/2020

George Weigel, a Catholic scholar noted for his biography of St. John Paul II, spoke to a crowd of around 300 people at St. John Neumann Catholic Church in Lancaster as part of the Lancaster ...

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Philadelphia and Wilmington Regions Unite For Year-End Celebration

Robert Macri, KM
2/6/2020

On Sunday December 8th, members of the Philadelphia and Wilmington regions gathered at Carol and Robert Macri’s house, in Malvern, Pennsylvania to attend Mass and enjoy a year end celebration.  During the celebration, Clair ...

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Northern Virginia Holds Retreat for Feast of the Immaculate Conception

Bruce Gnatowski, KM
1/23/2020

For the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, members and candidates from Northern Virginia gathered for a retreat focusing on living the Order’s Daily Prayer with the Immaculata.

 

Our retreat director, the Rev. Luke Clark ...

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Day of Healing in Washington, DC

Richard Landfield, KM and Barbara Patocka, DM
1/23/2020

In October, members of the Order from Holy Trinity parish in the Washington DC Region hosted their annual Day of Healing for malades who find it difficult, because of illness or age, to participate regularly ...

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Dinner Held at Family House in Winston Salem

Jim Lentz, KM
1/23/2020

The Central North Central Region held a Thanksgiving dinner for 50 families at the Family House in Winston Salem. Guests enjoyed a complete dinner with ham, turkey and all the sides, including pies cakes and ...

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Milwaukee Socks Initiative Surpasses Goal

Cynthia Salazar, DM
1/9/2020

“And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased.”  Hebrews 13:16

What do 575 pairs of men’s, women’s, children’s and baby ...

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Syracuse Malta House Dinner

Joan Cincotta, DM
1/9/2020

On Sunday, November 24, the Syracuse Region served a Thanksgiving dinner to the residents of Malta House and Malta Manor, an assisted living facility located in North Syracuse. About 60 residents took part in the ...

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Lancaster Thanksgiving Dinner

Kathy Kingston, DM
1/9/2020

The Lancaster Region held an early Thanksgiving dinner with our refugee family, Dunia and Jeanete Dunis and their children. The gathering was to show then our American tradition of thanking God for his gifts and ...

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Burial Mass of the Poor, Homeless, and Forgotten

Paul David, KMOb
12/19/2019

Since 2012, hundreds of people have gathered on All Souls Day at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Lafayette, Louisiana to bury the remains of the poor, homeless, and forgotten who were unclaimed ...

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Pittsburgh Region Retreat

Patrick Neff, KM
12/19/2019

The Pittsburgh Region hosted its annual retreat at the beginning of November, with more than 20 members from the region and beyond engaging in a weekend of spiritual renewal. This annual retreat is held at ...

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Physician-Assisted Suicide Talk at Investiture

Dan Krieger, KM
11/21/2019

The Defense of the Faith Forum at Investiture weekend featured Professor John Keown of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics at Georgetown University, addressing the topic of physician-assisted suicide. Speaking to a crowd of more than ...

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Northern VA Lourdes Malade Luncheon

Mary Petrino, DM
11/21/2019

In October, the Northern Virginia Region members invited local malades and companions to a Lourdes Malade Reunion Mass and Luncheon at St. Ambrose Catholic Church in Annandale, Virginia. Nine of them joined the celebration of ...

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Our Lady of Guadalupe Pilgrimage

Craig Jarchow, KMOb, Vice President
11/7/2019

Several members of the Federal Association attended the Western Association’s annual pilgrimage to Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City in October. This pilgrimage is held in conjunction with the Mexican Association and is ...

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Inaugural Blessed Fra' Gerard Distinguished Lecture held In Milwaukee

Cynthia Salazar, DM
11/7/2019

Last month, following a Mass celebrated by the Rev. Timothy Kitze at the historic Old St. Mary Church, members of the Federal and American associations, along with their spouses and guests, gathered at the University ...

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Dinner for Moms at Joseph’s House

Joan Cincotta, DM
11/7/2019

In September, members of the Syracuse Region gathered to prepare a dinner of beef tenderloin and all the accompaniments for the women at Joseph's House, a home for unwed mothers.

 

The home provides a ...

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