Bro. Constantine Mamo who has lived and worked at the curia for the past 10 years has moved on to another apostolate. Up until March 2012, he was in-charge of the publication of the International Dominican Information (IDI). He is from the Province of Malta.
Bro. Cost (as he is fondly called) was born on the 1st of September, 1940. He started his religious life very early in his life and everything else followed. He made his first profession when he was just 19years old and after his basic formation, he was ordained in 1965 at the age of 25. He started his missionary work soon after his ordination at Brazil where he worked for several years. He returned to Malta after his mission in Brazil and was later called up to Santa Sabina to assist at the curia. As a brother who loves art (drawing and sculpture in particular), he used his skills in various areas in the curia especially in the production of the monthly newsletter, IDI.
Bro. Cost is from a large traditional Catholic Maltese family. He has three other siblings in the religious life, a Dominicans priest and two Little Sisters of the Poor. The entire family is blessed with longevity and good health and Bro. Cost has used that in his service of the Order, the Church and ultimately, in his service of God. This is why, at the age of 72, he is still willing to continue his missionary work, this time in Albania. From the curia, we want to wish him the best in his new mission in Albania.