Moviment Kattoliku Studenti Universitarji - MKSU

Moviment Kattoliku Studenti Universitarji - MKSU


Please come and join part of the Rosary on the Coast of Malta THIS Sunday 18th November at 3:30pm. Please bring a portable radio to tune into Radju Marija and pray with H.E Mgr Paul Paul Cremona Archbishop Emeritus. Coastal meetings points can be found on the link below: #rocmalta18 God Bless.
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MKSU is a student organisation based at the University of Malta, working to propagate Christian values on campus. For more information, please see 'Description'.

MKSU (or in English, University Catholic Student Movement) was founded by a group of University students in 1929, an important date in Maltese political history. Till this very day, it serves as a reference point on campus for other Christian movements and communities functioning throughout the diocese. MKSU never ceases to voice a fresh dimension on the various levels at which it represents Catholic students: • At the University of Malta on the Commission for Social Policy (KPS), and on the Chaplaincy Council; • At national level on the National Youth Council (KNZ); • At a diocesan level on the Forum for the Laity; and • At international level, it enjoys full membership within the European Coordination International Young Catholic Students – International Movement of Catholic Students. MKSU works to: (1) Propagate Christian values and give Christian service to all students; (2) Unite the students of different religious organizations to work together as a single church witnessing a living Christ; (3) Provide a group for Catholics not involved in other organizations; and (4) Promote the values of Faith, Justice and Peace. Interested in joining MKSU or in helping out? Get in touch at [email protected], or else contact one of the Executive members via Facebook or E-mail. All your help is appreciated! Hope to hear from you very soon!


Figures for Denmark are taken from the ‘Danish National Board of Health - Guidelines for prenatal diagnosis 2017’ (Pg 6, Note 4) which can be accessed here:

This document states that 97% of pregnant women in Denmark accept pre-natal testing and of these, approximately 95% of those where the foetus is found to have a chromosomal abnormality choose to have an abortion.

Figures for the United Kingdom are based on the ‘National Down Syndrome Cytogenetic Register for England and Wales: 2013 Annual Report’ (2013 is the latest year for which this report is available), which can be accessed here:

Quoting this report, in 2013, out of 1232 cases where a diagnosis of Down syndrome was made prenatally, there were 925 terminations (abortions), 82 live births, 20 stillbirths/miscarriages and 205 cases with an unknown outcome (outcome of the pregnancy is not yet known to those running the Register at the time of compilation of the report).

The report states that of those cases with unknown outcome, if one assumes the proportion terminated remains the same as in previous years, ‘about 6% of those with unknown outcomes are likely to result in a live birth’. If one also assumes that the rate of miscarriages and stillbirths among those cases with unknown outcomes is similar to the rate of miscarriages and stillbirths among Down Syndrome cases overall at 1-2%, then approximately 92% (189) of the cases with unknown outcome will end in termination. This means that just over 90% ((925+189)/1232) of all cases where a diagnosis of Down Syndrome was made prenatally ended in termination. This is similar to rates for recent years documented in preceding reports.

Doctors for Life

Full support! ❤️

Doctors for Life aim to inform the public discussion about the scientific facts related to preborn children. To sensitise people to the beauty and intrinsic value of human life. To encourage initiatives that support women in crisis pregnancies.

Calling all University students!!

If you are interested in forming part of the new MKSU Executive Board for the term 2018-2019; send an email with your details to [email protected]!

Chaplaincy Uni

A public forum ‘The Proposed IVF Law: What are the consequences?’ will take place on Monday 23rd April 2018 at 6.00pm at the University Chapel, Tal-Qroqq.
Several experts in the field will be on the panel, including cell biologist Prof. Pierre Schembri Wismayer, family lawyer Dr Ray Zammit, gynaecologist Mr Mark Formosa, and moral theologian Dr Nadia Delicata.
The meeting will be moderated by psychiatrist Prof. David Mamo and is being organised by CLC Malta and the University Chaplaincy. All are encouraged to attend.

Malta Catholic Youth Network

Coming 🆙 THIS week-end...
Let's make it a memorable one 😇

Final Programme & Activities
Encounter | 13th - 14th April Ta' Qali National Park

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Wishing you all a blessed Easter !

Malta Catholic Youth Network

Encounter on the 1️⃣️3️⃣-️1️⃣️4️⃣️ April
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Encounter | 13th - 14th April | Youth Celebration
More info soon.

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Here are some Lenten season suggestions:

"Lent is a time of grace, a time to convert and live out our baptism fully." ~ Pope Francis

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Sinodu2018 - #1 Taf x'inhu is-Sinodu tal-Isqfijiet?

Is-Sinodu tal-Isqfijiet 2018 bit-tema 'iż-żgħażagħ, il-fidi u d-dixxerniment vokazzjonali'

[01/15/18]   "Our life is not without direction, it has a purpose given to us by God. He guides and directs us with his grace.

It is as if he placed within us a computer software, which helps us to discern his divine programme and, in freedom, to respond. But like all software, it too needs constantly to be updated.

Keep updating your programme, by listening to God and accepting the challenge of doing his will."

Pope Francis

Starting our day off on an inspirational note! :D

"Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord." Luke 2:11

Just as Jesus is in the centre of the Nativity scene, so should he be in the centre of our life. Wishing you a Blessed Christmas filled with love, peace and joy 😊

Ad Multos Annos!! 🎉🎊
May God Bless You!

This year's Christmas crib is set up on quad!

"We instinctively try to run away from suffering, because suffering is repugnant to us. We come across so many faces disfigured by the afflictions of life and too often we turn away. How can we not see the face of the Lord in the face of the millions of exiles, refugees, and displaced persons who are fleeing in desperation from the horror of war, persecution and dictatorship? For every one of them, each with a unique face, God reveals himself always as the one who courageously comes to our aid." ~ Pope Francis

Are we opening our doors/borders to these brothers and sisters, through whom God reveals himself?

In light of this terrifying reality (war, refugee crisis, turmoil); is God really with us (Emmanuel - "Alla Maghna")?

Here's a sneak peak of this year's Christmas Crib on quad. In the coming days we will be explaining why we chose this theme, so keep a look out on our page 😊

The creation of a new human being with its own right to live!

Please share this poster to combat the fake information being spread by the anti-life extremists.
We developed this poster showing the 9 months gestation in teh womb with the guidance of Mr George G Buttigieg
If you want a better resolution copy email us on [email protected] and we will send you a copy to print out.

Express, Communicate, Recount who you are! :D
A call for all youths around the world.

Pope Francis wants to hear your voice.
Fill in this short questionnaire:

Dominoes - Fr. Rob Galea feat. Ira Losco

God is love. Whoever lives in love, lives in God and God in him. ~ 1 John 4:16 ❤️

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Don't forget to like your photo! The one with the most likes wins! Competition ends today 😊

Tag yourselves and your friends and share your photo. The photo with the most likes wins!

Our stand will once again be set up tomorrow for the last day of freshers' week! Come join us 😊

Tag yourselves and your friends and share your photo. The photo with the most likes wins!

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Freshers' Photo Competition

Tag yourselves and your friends and share your photo. The photo with the most likes wins!

Tag yourselves and your friends and share your photo. The photo with the most likes wins!

For all those interested in visiting the Holy Land 😊

Next July Archbishop Scicluna will be going on pilgrimage to the Holy Land with a group of young people.

If you are interested please fill in the form found on this link :

Day 1 of Freshers' Week was a success! We would like to thank Nestlé for sponsoring us with goodies throughout the week. See you at our stand tomorrow for more competitions and treats 😄

Come participate in our instagram selfie competition taking place at our freshers' stand! All you have to do is take a photo with our instagram board, like our page and tag yourselves. The person with the most likes wins 2 brand new books from Agenda bookshop! See you 😊

Preparations are underway for the KSU freshers' week.

Come visit MKSU at the KSU Freshers' Week 2017 stand as from tomorrow! 😊


Whenever our eyes are opened to acknowledge the other, we grow in the light of faith and knowledge of God. #evangeliigaudium

Meet Matthew Pizzuto, the MKSU, 2017/18, Treasurer.

Meet Martha Deguara, the MKSU, 2017/18, Public Relations Officer.

Meet Elena Brincat, the MKSU, 2017/18, Events Officer.

Meet Rachael Tanti, the MKSU, 2017/18, Secretary General.

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