Chapel Refurbishment Fund Appeal

When the University of Malta moved from Valletta to Tal-Qroqq, Msida, the Jesuits, who had been associated with the University since its foundation, felt the need to be closer to the new campus.

Fr Salvino Darmanin, then Provincial, entered heart and soul into the idea of building a new Jesuit house right at the entrance to the University. The house was opened on 1st December 1972.

For forty years the house has welcomed and served Jesuits, students, teaching and non-teaching staff as well as other visitors.

Marking their 40th year on Campus, the Jesuits are refurbishing their house Chapel, better to respond to present-day needs and tastes

The Jesuit Community, still offers a constant presence and a service to students, staff and visitors.

The Chapel, where the Jesuits gather to pray regularly, welcomes other prayerful activities open to asylum seekers, prayer and reflection groups, as well as individuals who come seeking spiritual solace or counsel.

Designed in the early seventies, it is in dire need of refurbishment and maintenance.

We need all the help we can get to make this project possible. Our financial limitations are real. We depend on the generosity of our friends, benefactors and collaborators.

You may view a pdf file for more information.

Online Donations - giving made easy!

Kindly click here to access our secure online donation facility.

Cheque or postal order

All monetary donations may be sent to (kindly include your name, postal address, telephone number and email address):

DMM Chapel Refurbishment Project
Jesuit Community
Dar Manwel Magri SJ
Carm Zammit Street
Msida MSD 2020

Kindly address cheques to: Jesuits, Msida

Donations via SMS

You may also wish to send a donation via SMS. To donate  €11.66 (of which €1.66 goes to the operator) please send an SMS to 50619210 with the words "DMM CHAPEL" and your name and address.

For more information, kindly contact Fr Paul Chetcuti SJ on 79826899 or OR Fr Michael Bugeja SJ on 79001241 or 

May God bless your generosity.

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