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Lent: Weekly meditation on the 'Way of the Cross'

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ICC

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Deze website is een initiatief van de Z. Titus Brandsmaparochie en is speciaal gericht op jongvolwassenen van 18 tot 35 jaar, oftewel 'de tweede 18 jaar'. Uiteraard is iedereen welkom die geïnteresseerd is!

Contact: pastoraal werker Yuri Saris - yurisaris@gmail.com

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Every catholic church holds paintings or statues that depict the sequence of stations or steps between Jesus' persecution and His crucifixion and entombment. The object of these Stations is to help the faithful to make a spiritual pilgrimage of prayer, through meditating upon the chief scenes of Christ's sufferings and death. It has become one of the most popular devotions for Roman Catholics, usually held on friday in anticipation on 'Good Friday', the day we remember Jesus' crucifixion.

Dates: Friday-evenings March 7th, 14th, 21th and 28th, April 4th and 11th.
Time: 18.00-19.00 hrs
Place: Church 'Johannes de Doper', Bergstraat 17 Wageningen
Information: Sophie Ngala (sophiengala@yahoo.com) and Fusta Azupogo (azfusta@yahoo.co.uk)


James Tissot - A woman whipes the face of Jesus


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The Z. Titus Brandsma parish welcomes a growing international catholic community (ICC). If you like to know  more about them you can visit the english part of the site dedicated to their presence and activities:

- The site of the ICC >>

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Taizé celebration (16/6)

Every month there is an international Taizé prayer in Wageningen at SP&C. Feel free to join us!




Every second Monday of the month at 8.00 pm, there is a Taizé celebration at Arboretumlaan 1a. In the tradition of the ecumenical congregation of Taizé we gather in silence, singing, reading and praying. The celebration is multilingual. Everyone is welcome to join!

Afterwards we'll have a drink together if you like.







Date
: next time June 16th (alternative date!)
Time: 8.00 pm
Place: Arboretumlaan 1a (little church around the corner)
Info: yurisaris@gmail.com


Some songs we regularly sing