Newsletter August- September 2010

These days all foreign students arrive in Lund and today Evelina, Nestor, Christine, Milan and me have been to the General Market at LTH to talk with newcomers and distribute our folders. Certainly some of them will join us for shorter or longer time- I truly hope we can welcome them in a friendly way whenever and whoever enters our door.

As announced before we´ll the first Sunday each month celebrate a Sunday Mass with a meal and (cultural) program afterwards and a sharing of the Gospel before. I hope there can be a little group responsible for this occasion – give a sign to Benoît or me if your interesting in put together the program.

It would be interesting to start a Swedish Spoken Café for foreigners – what do you say about that. Let´s talk about it when we meet.

Some of us met for some days together at Gotland a couple of weeks ago at the theme The Art of Spiritual Living read Yocies report beneath.

To those students now coming to Lund I would like to say: you´re much welcome to join our various gatherings.  Our place should be shaped by the questions of those coming here, wheather Catholic or not. We normally speak English on our gatherings, and here you´ll meet Swedish and foreign students, and hopefully good nutritious spiritual food for your journey.

yours, brother Björn
dominican and responible for the Catholic Student Chaplaincy in Lund


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