This website is made by the group “COR Project in Denmark” that organizes the events: “Made for More” on April, 12th, and “Living the Joy of Love” on April, 13-14th, 2019, in Copenhagen, Denmark. These events are based on Saint John Paul II teaching “Theology of the Body,” unpacked and taught LIVE by Christopher West, Jason Clark and Mike Mangione. The weekend, travel costs from USA of COR project team is generously covered by private donors. We ask you to pray for God’s blessing and protection upon them.
Friends, I want to say THANK YOU to Dominika, Bertold, Ben and many more who organised and joined us for the New Year’s Eve celebration with cayac.dk. Opening 2019 with you guys means that it’ll be a really blessed year. Adding some photos from the church tower from where we watched the fireworks over whole Copenhagen and ringed the bells
Blessings for 2019!
Katarzyna Kowalska NDS, a Catholic Nun since 12 years, a member of Sisters of Notre Dame de Sion. Engaged in the Jewish Christian Dialogue since 16 years. Discovered Judaism and contemporary Jews while studying Catholic Theology. Before moving to London for studies, she lived 4 years in Israel studying Jewish Tradition and Jewish Roots of Christian faith. The last two years she was a director of Bat Kol Institute in Jerusalem which provides courses concerning dialogue, reconciliation, anti-Semitism and Bible. Now, PHD Candidate at Leo Baeck College (Jewish Rabbinical Seminary) A lecturer at Bethlehem University : teaching Judaism to Palestinian Muslims and Christians. Passionate about Bible, dialogue, ecumenism, building bridges between people of different faiths.
This Sunday we are going to eat together on the tower after Mass. We will also have a guest whose name is Arno Steen Andreasen. He will give a talk on:
How do we find meaning in life as well as in suffering?
Some research suggests that people are happier and live longer if they find meaning in life. So how do we do it and does our Christian faith offer us any help in identifying a lifechanging purpose that is worth living for and dying for?
Arno has been a pastor for more than 20 years in a community church working primarily in the UK. He has also been overseeing churches and ministries in South Asia. Today, he is working with the homeless as well as migrants in Central Copenhagen. Arno is the author of two books and is putting the finishing touches on his third book.
Do you want to deepen your spirituality?
Find footprints 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.
For more information and to sign up by click here.
The due date for sending the application forms is on Thursday, November 8th.
Do you find it easy to pray? Is prayer an integral part of your day? Do you hear God’s voice in your daily life, and know how to respond accordingly?
For many of us, the answer to these questions is, no. We all desire an intimate relationship with God. But, since learning to say our prayers as children, we never moved beyond rote recitation to an authentic conversation with God.
The Oremus study program teaches the essentials of an effective and fruitful prayer life. Following the Tradition of the Catholic Church and the wisdom of the saints, we will learn how to express ourselves to God in prayer, and how to hear his voice.
We are starting from the 1 of November and we will continue for 6 weeks.
Time: Thursdays after the Mass (i.e. from 18:45).
The agenda: dinner, screening of a short video and then sharing thoughts.
Study program will take 2 hours in total.
Participation is free, yet we are grateful in advance for Your contributions towards the dinner 🙂
Would You like to participate?
Sign up by sending an e-mail to Vandy:
Come and celebrate the Holy Mass with us. As it is the 3rd Sunday of the month, the meal will be awaiting You afterwards!
Here is our programme for Sunday, 19 October:
17:00 – Music rehearsal. (Choir place, the Church)
17:15-17:45 – confession with Fr. Paweł Rakowski (EN/PL/DK/IT)
17:45-18:00 – Rosary in the Church
18:00 – Holy Mass (Fr. Paweł Rakowski)
19:00 – Food!!!
As always, we are grateful for Your voluntary contributions (ex. 20-30DKK) towards food expenses.
Would you like to spend some time close to the nature while hiking along Skåneleden trails, visit the Swedish ‘Stonehenge’ – Ale’s Stones, have some cake and coffee at the oldest café in Sweden and relax in the evening at the cosy cottage with sauna and fireplace? If you answered ‘yes’ four times, then come and join our CAYAC trip to Sweden.
We care about our relation to God and our faith; we want also our everyday life to be as Holy as possible 😇 Then why not to speak about these topics in a more… secular environment, with a pint of good beer in hand and couple of locals around?🍻🍻🍻
In so called Theology on Tap we go to a pub in Copenhagen, grab some beer and have an informal discussion about theology and faith in everyday life context. In this way we can feel more relaxed sharing our thoughts and also reach out some future CAYACers!
So, SAVE THE DATE: 21.09 (Friday). We gather at St. Augustin’s Church right after the Danish Mass (around 18:45). Then we go to the pub (Fr. Paweł chooses which one).