The American Association Founded in 1927 as the first association of the Order of Malta in the Americas, the association is headquartered in New York City with over 2,000 knights, dames and volunteers in 16 states working with the poor, sick and incarcerated and giving witness to the Catholic faith.
Spirituality Knights and Dames join the Order of Malta to pursue their spiritual growth over a path laid out by Blessed Gerard more than nine hundred years ago, seeking to nurture and witness the Faith and assist the sick and the poor.
Spirituality in Action Members are involved in hands-on work involving over one hundred organizations and ministries. Food banks, hospitals, pregnancy support centers, homeless shelters and mentoring at risk children are just some of the activities in which members engage.
The Spiritual Outreach Calls provide a message primarily intended for those who may have difficulty getting to Association events but the message is valid, current and inspirational for all.
Please click on the dates below to access information and audio recordings for each call.
May 3, 2017 – The Spiritual Outreach call for May 3rd has been prerecorded because of the Lourdes Pilgrimage. Frá Richard Wolff speaks about the life of Saint Edith Stein and relates it to the search for spirituality for members of the Order of Malta.
March 8, 2017 – Rev. Dr. Jeffrey Trexler, our own Executive Director, delivers a perspective on Lent.
October 5, 2016 – Msgr. Sylvester J. Cronin, Deputy Chaplain from New Jersey and pastor of Saint James Church in Basking Ridge, speaks about the power of the Rosary during this month of the Holy Rosary.
September 7, 2016 – Father Eric Hollas, OSB, a Benedictine monk and priest of Saint John’s Abbey in Collegeville, MN, speaks about Our Lady of Philermo and the history of the Order.
July 6, 2016 – Father Salvatore DiStefano delivered a beautiful talk on the principles for living a forgiving life as an important component of fully embracing the Year of Mercy. Father Sal is a Deputy Chaplain from New Jersey.
May 4, 2016– Msgr. Michael Mannion provides a spiritual look at The Mystery of Suffering. It is particularly relevant as the Pilgrimage returns from Lourdes.
Easter 2016– Father Joseph Johnson continues the theme of the Year of Mercy with an insightful look at Easter in the light of God’s mercy.
Lent 2016 – Father David Skoblow, a Magistral Chaplain from New Jersey, delivers an inspiring and hopeful message, linking our preparation in Lent to the Year of Mercy.