This small church in Rabat is one of the few tributes to Saint Cataldus, the bishop of Tatanto in Apulia and a rather obscure Irish saint propagated by the Normans, who likely introduced him to the island of Malta.
The ancient catacombs that lie beneath the church are often overshadowed by Malta’s more well-known St. Paul and St. Agada catacombs. But this little gem is worth a visit.
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