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APS Bank celebrates newly appointed Monsignor Joseph Galea-Curmi as Auxiliary Bishop of Malta

03/10/2018

 

Left to right: Frederick Mifsud Bonnici (APS Bank Chairman), Monsignor Joseph Galea-Curmi (Auxiliary Bishop of Malta), His Excellency Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna (Archbishop of Malta) and Andrew Borg (Artist)

Left to right: Frederick Mifsud Bonnici (APS Bank Chairman), Monsignor Joseph Galea-Curmi (Auxiliary Bishop of Malta), His Excellency Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna (Archbishop of Malta) and Andrew Borg (Artist)

On Wednesday 26th September, APS Bank held a reception in honour of Monsignor Joseph Galea-Curmi on the occasion of his appointment as Auxiliary Bishop. The event was held at APS Head Office in Swatar and was attended by His Grace Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna, APS Bank Directors, Senior Bank Executives and other officials. 

During the event a painting was presented to Monsignor Joseph Galea-Curmi as a memento by Frederick Mifsud Bonnici, APS Bank Chairman. The art piece is the work of the local artist Andrew Borg, which depicts a bishops’ hand washing the feet of the crucified Christ.

During Mr Mifsud Bonnici’s speech, he stated that “The artwork encompasses a lot of what Bishop Galea-Curmi personifies as witnessed by his real life experience as a priest in Balzan as well as his choice for his motto Vitam Alere Caritate, translated to Nourish Life with Love.” He concluded his speech by thanking His Grace Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna and all who attended the celebration.

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