Who are the Protestants?

For many CAYAC’ers their stay in Denmark is their first time in a non-Catholic country, and they might not know much about the Protestant churches. 18-25 January is a worldwide week of prayer for the unity of Christians and a good chance to get to know more about other Christians.
Sunday 21 January after the mass at 6 pm we will have a potluck dinner, and between the main course and the dessert fr. Daniel will give a little talk about how the Protestant churches were born and what the situation of the churches is in Denmark in our time.

Next CAYAC-mass on January 7

During the Christmas time there will be no CAYAC masses.
This is the schedule for Sankt Augustins Kirke:
23 December     Danish vigil mass 17:30

24 December     Polish Sunday mass 10:00

                          Polish Christmas eve mass 21:00

25 December     Polish mass 10:00

26 December – 1 January      Church closed

2 January            Regular schedule resumes

Movie night

After movie nights about priests and nuns we will see a Christmas romantic fantasy comedy-drama about a family!

Join us on Monday December 4 at 7.30 pm in Englesalen just next to the side entrance of the church

Taizé prayer

On Thursday the 30th of November at 6pm we will have our next Taizé prayer with the Swedish community of Copenhagen at the Swedish church (Folke Bernardottes Allé 4). There will be practice at 5:15pm (same day and place) if you would like to join the singers and musicians in the choir. See you there!

Movie night on November 14

On Tuesday November 14 at 7.30 pm we watch the documentary about a young Irish sister, who left a career as an actor to become a religious sister. The movie is less than 1 ½ hour long.
We meet in the Jesuits’ fireplace room (access through the side door of the church through the sacristy).

CAYAC Alpha course

We will start an Alpha course at CAYAC!

What is Alpha? An open and safe space where everyone has the opportunity to explore faith, ask questions and share their views as we explore the Christian faith.

We will meet every Thursdays 26.10-14.12 at 7-9 PM where we have dinner, watch presentation, and share in closed group. We will also have a weekend retreat 24-26.11, an important immersive part of the course. It is expected that you can join the retreat and attend most sessions.

We will close the groups on 02.11, hence the last chance to register. There is no registration fee, but contribution to food cost will be appreciated. We will start a trial run on 22.10 after Mass and CAYAC Dinner. Everybody is welcome to join 🙂

Please register in the following link

The Roskilde Trip

Join us for the CAYAC trip to Roskilde from the 6th to the 8th of October!

Follow the link to find out all the main information and to sign up for the trip


Please register by Friday September 22.

CAYAC proudly presents: ”Broken” 

Come see the 2017 BBC miniseries “Broken”. Three Tuesdays in a row we see the six episodes (52 minutes each). Sean Bean is playing a Catholic priest who faces the many challenges of a life in a parish. With a score 85% on Rotten Tomatoes and 8,1 on IMDB it is really worth seeing. 

Screening at 7.30 pm in the Jesuits’ fireplace room (access through the side door of the church through the sacristy). September 26: Eps. 1+2. October 3: Eps. 3+4. October 10: Eps. 5+6. 

Upcoming CAYAC events 

Sunday August 13: CAYAC mass at 6 pm followed by Tea & Cookies. Masses every Sunday following this. 

Saturday September 9: CAYAC barbeque from 12.00. Place still to be announced. 

Sunday September 24: Potluck dinner after the CAYAC mass. 

October 6-8: CAYAC weekend in Roskilde