Click here to watch video. On 3 September 1120 Fra’ Gerard died in Jerusalem. He was the founder and first Grand Master of the Order of Malta one of the oldest religious orders of the Catholic Church. His hospital accepted everyone, regardless of origin or religion. For nine centuries members and volunteers of the Order […]
Covid-19, Circuit Breaker And Beyond: Order Of Malta, Singapore’s Unwavering Efforts To Reach Out To The Needy And Sick
The first case of coronavirus infection was confirmed on 23rd Jan in Singapore and it raised its Disease Outbreak Response System Condition (DORSCON) level to Orange from yellow on 7th Feb. This set off alarm bells for all Singaporeans especially those providing care to the critically ill and elderly who are especially vulnerable. With stricter […]
This week – for the first time in over sixty years – the Sanctuary of Lourdes will not welcome the Order of Malta’s traditional international pilgrimage with the sick. This is a consequence of the Coronavirus pandemic, but it leaves even more a sense of deep regret in all those who would have participated from […]
The Covid-19 pandemic is affecting the work of the Order of Malta: its Grand Priories, Associations and relief corps spread across the world offering sociomedical care have had to adjust to this unprecedented, global health crisis.