Rome, Italy, Jan 31, 2022 / 09:00 am
The Order of Malta’s Grand Chancellor published a letter telling members he thinks the order is now on the right track, after a tumultuous period culminated in talks with a Vatican delegate last week.
In a letter published on the order’s website Jan. 28, Albrecht Freiherr von Boeselager said he has been assured that the order’s sovereignty and right of self-governance are not in danger, despite earlier worries.
He also thanked members for their prayers during weeks of “turbulent and trying times.”
“God has listened to our prayers. I am confident that we are now on the right path to achieve the goal of strengthening our institution through a Constitutional Charter and Code that reflect our history, traditions and characteristics, which are fundamental to the fulfilment of our mission,” Boeselager said.