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Paul Cremona

Summary
Paul Cremona, O.P. (born 25 January 1946) (Maltese: Pawl Cremona) was the Archbishop of Malta from 2007 to 2014. He is also a Dominican friar. Early life Cremona was born in Valletta on 25 January 1946 to Joseph and Josephine (née Cauchi) Cremona. He has two siblings: an elder brother and a younger sister. He attended the Montesseori School in Valletta and the Lyceum in Ħamrun. In September 1962, Cremona joined the Dominican Order and was professed on 29 September 1963. He studied philosophy and theology at the College of St Thomas Aquinas located at the Dominican priory at Rabat. Priest Cremona was ordained as priest on 22 March 1969. After his ordination, he studied at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas Angelicum and earned his doctorate in sacred theology (STD) in 1973 with a thesis entitled The Concept of Peace in Pope John XXIII. Cremona was elected Prior of Our Lady of the Grotto, Rabat, in 1974, and held that position from 1974 to 1980 and fr
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