Dun Pawl Genovese

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Dun Pawl Genovese (10 January 1932 - 26 January 2017) was a Maltese priest who was part of Qormi's Parish of St. George clergy throughout all his priesthood.

Dun Pawl was ordained priest in April 1957 and for many years was a member of the Good Friday Committee. He will always be remembered for the marble works he carried out on the external decorations of the feast of St. George in Qormi during the 70's and 80's

Dun Pawl wrote many poems and his best known are the words of the 2003 centenary anthem “L-Għanja ta’ Qlubna” as well as the hymn “Quddiem id-Duluri”. He also wrote the oratorio “San Ġorġ f’demmna” and the march anthem “Ġorġi tagħna”.

Dun Pawl died on 26 January 2017 at the age of 85.