The Malta Augustinian Order (OSA) has recently launched its official web portal bringing together its extensive presence in Malta, which covers educational facilities, monasteries, parishes and other spiritual centers across Malta and Gozo.
This new, state-of the-art website which was created by the Maltese-German firm Dmax.tv, offers a strong multimedia platform for the Order's pastoral work. Not only will the website feature regular news and information about pastoral activities, but it will offer the public the opportunity to maintain closer ties and open communication links with the Order’s ministries.
The Maltese Augustinian Order embraces the Internet and its technologies as an essential pillar in strengthening its pastoral activities. Moreover, the website links with the Order’s lively Social Media presence and uses email marketing solutions, provided by Dmaxepaper.com, as key instruments in its day-to-day work. This far-reaching online project was part of a series of milestones leading up to the Order's 200th anniversary of the foundation of the Maltese Augustinian Province in 2017.
“In the presentation of this new website of our Maltese Augustinian Province, we wish to do this: namely to build living contacts. Many people visit websites and other media to get news, information and other details. But to us, we would like all the information one can find in this website it to be a tool by means of which hearts can meet” - Fr Raymond Francalanza OSA, Provincial
Dmax.tv offers ongoing training and support to the Malta Augustinian Order on how to manage and maximize the use of its online assets. ‘We are very proud and honored to have been entrusted with the Malta Augustinian Order’s online communications’, commented Ray de Bono, CEO. ‘The level of enthusiasm, the passion and the creative drive of the Augustinian friars, under the guidance of the Provincial Fr Raymond Francalanza OSA, has been both inspiring and positively contagious to all of us at Dmax’, he concluded.
Visit the website here: http://www.agostinjani.org/index.php/en/