ON DECEMBER 8, 2016, Albrecht von Boeselager, grand chancellor of the Order of Malta, was forced from his position after refusing to tenure his resignation at the request of Fra' Matthew Festing, 79th prince and grand master of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta
No specific events were mentioned, but the statement came just a few days after a fake version of the Vatican newspaper, L'Osservatore Romano, was emailed to Vatican officials and a week after posters were put up around Rome questioning the pope's mercy in dealing with the Sovereign Military Order of Malta
and other groups over which the pope had placed special delegates.
From 2007 to 2013 he was Ambassador of Montenegro to the Holy See and to the Sovereign Military Order of Malta
, and in early 2015 he was appointed Ambassador of Montenegro to the Republic of Italy.
Over the course of the meeting, Minister Poposki held talks with several counterparts, including with the foreign ministers of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta
, the Republic of Bulgaria and the Republic of Slovenia.
However, rumours abound that he is being dismissed from the Signatura and will be demoted to a ceremonial position--Cardinal Patron of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta
During his one-day visit to Rome yesterday, Christofias also became the first president of Cyprus to visit the Sovereign Military Order of Malta
After that he will be meeting with the Grand Master of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta
, Matthew Festing.
All this made me think again how eminently reasonable are the claims of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta
, of which I wrote recently.
Jose Luis Diez, counsellor and consul, Spanish embassy, Luis I Arregui, minister, Argentinean embassy, Bogdan Patashev, embassy of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta
A member of Immaculate Conception Church for 60 years, he became a knight in the Sovereign Military Order of Malta
in 1983, participating in the order's annual pilgrimage to Lourdes eight times.
Black was a knight in the Sovereign Military Order of Malta
and served numerous other philanthropies.
The Sovereign Military Order of Malta
is the only organisation currently recognised, albeit by a minority of States, as quasi-sovereign.