We celebrate ‘The Sunday of the Word of God’ instituted by Pope Francis on the 24th of January. The Sunday of the Word of God is meant to help people reawaken an awareness of the importance of Sacred Scripture for our lives as believers, beginning with its resonance in the liturgy which places us in living and permanent dialogue with God. With regard to those who proclaim the Word of God in the assembly – priests, deacons and lectors – there is a need of “specific interior and exterior preparation, familiarity with the text to be proclaimed and the necessary practice in the way of proclaiming it”.

A week of prayers for the unity of Christians ends on Monday, 25th of January. Let us remember to pray for the unity of Christians. The Finnish Ecumenical Council needs our financial support; we can put our donations into a box at the back of the church on your right during the week of prayers.

The feast of the conversion of St. Paul will be celebrated on Monday, 25th of January.

There will be Mass in German on the next Sunday, 31.1, at 2.30 pm.

A week of prayers for the unity of Christians begins on Monday, 18th of January. More information on the website ekumenia.fi. Let us remember to pray for the unity of Christians. The Finnish Ecumenical Council needs our financial support; we can put our donations into a box at the back of the church on your right during the week of prayers.

The feast of St. Henry, patron saint of our diocese and Finland, will be celebrated on Tuesday 19th of January.

There will be an Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament with prayers in English on the next Saturday, 23.1, from 3.30 pm till 5 pm as the continuation of the Bible Conference “Encounter with Jesus”.

We invite children from 5 to 8 years old to a Sunday school in Finnish. The meeting will take place on the next Sunday, 24.1 at 10 am in the parish hall. There will be the Holy Mass in Finnish for children at 11.30 am.

The Mass in Hyvinkää scheduled on the 23rd of January has been cancelled.

Stickers and prayers for the yearly home blessing are available in the porch. At the beginning pray together the Our Father and Hail Mary prayer, one reads the prayer of blessing and fixes the sticker. Donation for a sticker is 2 Euros to support the missionary work of the church.

A marriage course will be organized for those who plan to get marry this year. The course will begin on the 12th of January 2021 in the parish hall of St. Henry’s cathedral at 7 pm.

We thank those parishioners who regularly support our parish with the membership fee. We remind you that it is the duty of every Catholic to support our parish especially during this difficult time.

We will celebrate the Epiphany of the Lord on Wednesday 6.1. There will be Mass in Finnish at 10 am, Mass in Finnish for children at 11.30, Mass in English at 1 pm, Mass in Polish at 4 pm and Mass in English at 6 pm.

Stickers and prayers for the yearly home blessing are available in the porch. At the beginning pray together the Our Father and Hail Mary prayer, one reads the prayer of blessing and fixes the sticker. Donation for a sticker is at least 2 Euros to support the missionary work of the church.

The Mass in Karjaa scheduled on the 9th of January has been cancelled.

A marriage course will be organized for those who plan to get married next year. The course will begin on Tuesday, the 12th of January 2021 in the parish hall of St. Henry’s cathedral at 7 pm.

The Holy Mass and other events can be attended only by registering in advance for a maximum of 20 people. The use of a face mask is mandatory.

We will thank God for this passing year on the next Thursday, 31.12, during the Mass at 6 pm.

The solemnity of Mary, Mather of God we will celebrate on the next Friday as the beginning of the New Year. There will be the Holy Mass at 12 in Finnish, Mass in English at 2 pm, Mass in Polish at 4 pm and Mass in English at 6 pm.

The Mass in Espoo, in Olari chapel scheduled on the 3rd of January has been cancelled.

A marriage course will be organized for those who plan to get marry next year. The course will begin on the 12th of January 2021 in the parish hall of St. Henry’s cathedral at 7 pm.

The Holy Mass and other events can be attended only by registering in advance for a maximum of 20 people. The use of a face mask is mandatory.

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