Archbishop re-establishes Commission for Justice and Peace

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Archbishop re-establishes Commission for Justice and Peace  Mr Daniel Darmanin, has been appointed by Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna, as President of the Commission for Justice and Peace.  The Curia said that the Commission has been re-established by Archbishop Scicluna, and Mr Darmanin will serve as President for a three-year term.  The Justice and Peace Commission intends to work with people of goodwill in favour of a more just society, where everyone's rights are respected and where everyone lives in dignity and peace, the Curia said.  Adding that, "the Commission is planning to accomplish this task through reflection and analysis, by advocating for human rights and quality of life, and by creating wider awareness on Catholic Social Teaching."  The Commission for Justice and Peace, the Curia said, "will be also assisting the local Church in her contribution towards a more just society that respects the dignity of the human person, while encouraging the People of God to live this solidarity in practical terms."  An architect by profession, Mr Darmanin, who is 33, graduated from the University of Malta and pursued his studies at the University of Loyola in Chicago, USA, where he read for a Masters degree in Social Justice and Community Development.  Members of the Commission include Mr Wallace Buttigieg Scicluna, Dr Katrine Camilleri, Rev. Fr Mark Cachia S.J., Dr John Paul Cauchi, Ms Maria Vella, and Ms Simone Vella Lenicker, architect.  The Commission may be contacted on email: justiceandpeace@maltadiocese.orgMr Daniel Darmanin, has been appointed by Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna, as President of the Commission for Justice and Peace.

The Curia said that the Commission has been re-established by Archbishop Scicluna, and Mr Darmanin will serve as President for a three-year term.

The Justice and Peace Commission intends to work with people of goodwill in favour of a more just society, where everyone’s rights are respected and where everyone lives in dignity and peace, the Curia said.

Adding that, “the Commission is planning to accomplish this task through reflection and analysis, by advocating for human rights and quality of life, and by creating wider awareness on Catholic Social Teaching.”

The Commission for Justice and Peace, the Curia said, “will be also assisting the local Church in her contribution towards a more just society that respects the dignity of the human person, while encouraging the People of God to live this solidarity in practical terms.”

An architect by profession, Mr Darmanin, who is 33, graduated from the University of Malta and pursued his studies at the University of Loyola in Chicago, USA, where he read for a Masters degree in Social Justice and Community Development.

Members of the Commission include Mr Wallace Buttigieg Scicluna, Dr Katrine Camilleri, Rev. Fr Mark Cachia S.J., Dr John Paul Cauchi, Ms Maria Vella, and Ms Simone Vella Lenicker, architect.

The Commission may be contacted on email: justiceandpeace@maltadiocese.org

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    2 Responses

    1. anthony zammit says:

      Ia this Commission for Justice and Peace also for Gozo?

    2. Joe Galea says:

      IC-Citadella sabieha jista isir xi haga biex persuni b’dizabilita ikunu jistaw jidhlu gol Katidral, Ta Pinu gie sabieh, barra ta Pinu dizastru biex tiparkja, couches jiparkjaw kif iridu bla organizazzjoni u ta perikolu kbir

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