How a new Church of Christ, based on the old church, could take root in Italy
Football Italian has learned that the former parish church of the New Bishops of Malta is looking to convert a few hundred acres of land into a new church.
The church is located in the town of Cappelleria on the outskirts of the town, and has been in existence since 1878.
Its name means “the church of Christ” in English.
However, its founder, John I. Haggarty, was killed in a car accident in 1924.
According to the Italian news agency ANSA, the church had been dormant since the 1920s.
However the site was converted into a temporary home for the Catholic community of the city of Cagliari, with plans to convert the land into the church.
A church that has never been built, with no buildings, would represent a major step forward in the country’s development of a new community of Catholic believers, according to a statement by the New Cagliamini, a group of the parish’s parishioners and other supporters.
The group plans to submit the proposal for the conversion in October, the statement said.