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Order of Malta Australia


Listen to an Interview with Prof Rowland on the theological virtues of faith, hope & love.


On 27 August, at the University of Notre Dame Sydney, Prof Tracey Rowland, Dean of the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family, will lecture on the Three Theological Virtues: Why do faith, hope & love matter in the 21st Century.

Ahead of this lecture, Prof Rowland spoke with Cradio about the theological virtues of faith, hope & love.

Professor Tracey Rowland’s inaugural Order of Malta Lecture, “The Three Theological Virtues: Why do faith, hope and love matter in the 21st Century” will be held at 6.30 pm on Tuesday 27 August at Lecture Theatre No 3, Level 3, University of Notre Dame, Sydney, 104 Broadway, Chippendale.

Bookings essential as seating is limited. To book call 02 9331 8477 or email


Cradio is a non-profit organisation seeking to put new technologies to the service of the Church in Australia.

Cradio was founded in 2010 under the guidance of  Bishop Julian Porteous, and is the only outlet of its kind in Australia. It is a free service that  includes a variety of Catholic programs, talks and music available via the 24-hour audio stream, or on-demand on the website and iTunes.

At the heart of Cradio’s activities is its mission to ‘nourish the soul of the digital generation’, or in the words of our Holy Father Pope Benedict XVI, to ‘evangelise the digital continent’. By providing news, catechesis, discussion and entertainment they hope to create a place where Catholics and non-Catholics can go to learn about and celebrate the Catholic faith free from the skewed messages presented in secular media.

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The Australian Association

The Australian Association, formed in 1974, currently has in excess of 300 members and aspirant members across every State and Territory of Australia. We also have ongoing and strong links with the Order’s National Associations throughout the Asia Pacific Region including in Singapore and the Philippines and with members of the Order in New Zealand, Hong Kong SAR, Thailand and Korea. The Order of Malta is committed to serving Our Lords the Poor and Sick worldwide and has done so for over 900 years. This website shares with you the history, mission and current activities of the Order of Malta in Australia, and provides links to the work of the Order world-wide.