In 1900 the Augustinian Province of Malta had 32 priests, 11 lay brothers and seven candidates in its three ancient houses at Valletta, Rabat and Gozo in Malta.
By 1950 it had nine houses containing 61 priests, 14 lay brothers and 21 candidates. By then they conducted schools not only at Valletta as previously but also Saint Augustine’s College at Pieta.
Today there over sixty members of the Province, in Malta and at Annaba (Hippo) in Algeria. Seven other members of the Province conduct the Augustinian delegation of Brazil, based at San Paolo.
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Photos (at right)
Picture 1: Statue of Saint Augustine, Valletta, Malta.
Picture 2: The location of Malta.
Picture 3: The Republic of Malta comprises of three main islands.
Province of Malta. Official web page.
St Augustine’s School, Pieta, Malta. A very modern web page.
Map of Malta.
Basic Facts about Malta. The Republic of Malta is an archipelago consisting of three inhabited islands Malta, Gozo and Comino. The Maltese islands are situated in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea about 95 kms (60 miles) south of Italy. The population of the Islands is approximately 360,000.
To additional photos of the Province of Malta in this web site, select Malta after you click here.