Come and join us on Sunday, November 19th, to celebrate the Holy Mass and get to know more people during dinner.
Autumn is here and the best way to stay in a good shape is to make some sport and get hydrated. Thus, come and join us for a beer & bowling evening.
Do you want to deepen your spirituality?
Find traces of God in your life?
Learn to talk about it?
If yes, participation in the IGNATIAN RETREATS IN DAILY LIFE
may be an option for you.
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Registration deadline is on Wednesday November 15th.
Come and join us on Sunday, November 5th to celebrate the Holy Mass, participate in the discussion and try some genuine Hungarian dishes.
Science and Religion – talk by Jose Pedro Vieira
Nowadays, science and religion are often presented as conflicting concepts – but are they really? Continue reading Sunday Program (05.11.2017)
Friends, I’m having my yearly retreats in silence from the 16th to the 25th of October. So, I won’t be in Copenhagen on Sunday, October 22nd. However, there will be Mass as usual. This time celebrated by Christian Noval. Many thanks to him for helping us 🙂
Paweł Beń S.J.
CAYAC is going to visit Mount Tabor (MT) in Aarhus. Come with us and get to know people from the befriended community in Jutland. We will spend some nice time together praying, sightseeing, cooking, talking and more.
Third Sunday of October is coming, and this time we host someone special!
How is your catholic life in Denmark? Is it similar to your homeland, or completely different? Well, everyone of us has already got some view on it as a regular “first-line” Church member. However, our guest, Niels Engelbrecht, is going to talk to us about
Autumn has arrived, but CAYAC never gives up to sadness – we will have a really active Sunday!
Have you ever wondered how to share yourself with people in need that live here, in Copenhagen? Whatever your answer is, Denmark seems the happiest country in the world, but there are a lot of problems that are not publicly displayed.
REGISTRATION BY OCTOBER 1ST!
Yeah, yeah, Denmark is great, but living in Copenhagen means something more – it’s so close to Sweden! Thus, why shouldn’t we just go and try their national parks and cities together, huh?!
Peaceful water, Zealandic nature, paddling, chilling, sunbathing*… can you imagine a better plan for Saturday? 😀