Our Team

The Team at Mount St Joseph

Fr Alfred Micallef SJ is the Superior of the Jesuit Community residing at Mount Saint Joseph. Fr Alfred spent many years engaged in the university apostolate, first as Chaplain at the University of Malta and that of L’Aquila, Italy and then as lecturer at the Faculty of Theology of the University of Malta. His field of study is Spirituality and Pastoral Psychology and, concurrently with the university apostolate, for many years, he was member and director of the Centre of Ignatian Spirituality. He also spent a full year at Mwangaza Retreat Centre in Nairobi where his only work was the direction of the Spiritual Exercises.

Stephen Scerri

The Team at Mount St Joseph Retreat House consists not only of Jesuits but also of a team of lay persons who are committed to making your stay a wonderful experience. 

They are led by Mr Stephen Scerri who brings to the House 15 years of experience in senior management posts.

Fr Christopher Vella SJ

After a B. Sc. in Chemistry and Biology and a long work experience, Fr Chris joined the Jesuits in 2004, studied Philosophy in Padua and Theology in Paris, where he also specialised in Ignatian Spirituality.

He was ordained in Malta in 2013 and is now in charge of the promotion of Ignatian Spirituality (CIS).

Fr Anthony Cilia SJ studied Philosophy and Theology in France and was ordained at Senglea, Malta, in July 1971. Fr Anthony spent over 30 years in education, 25 of which at the Sixth Form at St Aloysius' College, Malta.

In recent years he was the director of Manresa Retreat House in Victoria, Gozo, where he was involved in spiritual direction, in the running of the P.I.M. programme (Parish Ignatian Ministry), in individually guided retreats and pastoral work related to the church attached to Manresa House.

Fr Godwin Preca SJ has worked for many years with school children, youths and young adults. He is also involved in a variety of pastoral works and the direction of Spiritual Exercises.

Fr. Konrad Grech SJ is a senior lecturer in Church History and Head of the Department of Church History, Patrology and Christian Archaeology within the Faculty of Theology, UOM. He is also involved in a variety of pastoral works and the direction of Spiritual Exercises and retreats.

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