Discover Central TrailChurches
Being mindful of the diverse cultural heritage assets that fall within its portfolio,the Archdiocese of Malta has taken a comprehensive approach to restore and conserve these treasures for the delight of future generations.
Church of the Immaculate Conception
The Church of the Immaculate Conception in Msida was built in thanksgiving by sailors who were saved from captivity by Turks. They dedicated the church to ‘Our Lady of Perpetual Help’. This dedication was also recorded in Mons. Dusina’s pastoral visit of 1575. A later source mentions that the church was originally dedicated to the Assumption of Our Lady.Know More
Parish Church of San Cajetan
The Parish church of Hamrun was built between 1869 and 1875, to designs by the Maltese architect George Schinas (1834-1894). An Oratory was added in 1895, while its magnificent dome was completed in 1955, to a design by the Maltese architect Andrea Vassallo (1856-1928), based on that of Santa Maria della Salute in Venice.Know More