For the 13th time, GħST presents you the ‘Make My House A Home’ Christmas Campaign, popularly known as the Orange campaign. This popular name is due to the freshly squeezed oranges given out during this 2-day campaign; this year being held on Thursday 5th and...Read More
GhST would like to invite you for its 68th anniversary of its Foundation. The idea this year is to analyse if the Bible has become obsolete when it talks about Social Justice In the light of Pope Francis’ teachings, it is right to search how the Scriptures affect our...Read More
zuntier.com launched a grand competition which will see 4 lucky winners going on a familiarisation trip to the main EU institutions in Brussels, organised by the European Commission Representation in Malta. Winners will also receive other gifts and vouchers from iLab and Papier...Read More
Another initiative be Ghst is, a project called Zuntier.com. The scope of zuntier.com is a very simple but at the same time very challenging. The website aims to bring together faith and reason in today’s world, particularly within campus life.Read More
Phil 1, 1-11
The executive committee was elected last May. Currently it is composed of ten students, two of which are Student Representatives on the Faculty Board. The aim of the executive is to lead the association forward by creating a vibrant atmosphere to encourage theological dialogue between students on campus.
Originally the Royal University Students’ Theological Association, the Għaqda Studenti tat-Teoloġija was formally founded in 1945. However, recent research has shown that this Association was in fact a spin-off from an earlier society called ‘Ċirkolu ta’ Studju bejn l-Istudenti tal-Kors Akkademiku tat-Teoloġija’ whose first meeting was held on the 21st of December 1942 at St Joseph’s Institute at Ħamrun.
Għ.S.T. is the official student organisation of the Faculty of Theology, with the aim of creating a space where members get to know each other more and feel part of our university. The representation of its members with university authority and the help offered to students in theological, spiritual and intellectual formation, also through solidarity initiatives, is important to us.