Monthly Archives: April 2013

This week: Taizé and Wednesday Mass

hello friends,
this week prayers continue Tuesday, it´s Valborg – Taizé at 19.30, there is lot´s to pray for!
1st of May there will be a Wednesday Mass at 12.10 with lunch afterwards .

Football – friday 3/5

Come to play football togheter, this coming friday, 3rd of May. Last time we played in 5 in a fresh weather, and we wish to share the fun with you all 😉

  • 18:30 sharp: meeting in the Domino garden, little run to the field and warm up
  • from 19 to 20: match in two teams
  • afterwards (for those willing to): diner together (to be defined at the moment),  a prayer, tea, and relax.

Light rain is OK and friends are very welcome! Be dressed for outdoor sport, as you might slip in the mud…and see you there!

( for info: Wilbert – 0039 340 7072345 – email )

Film and Discussion: The Tree of Life, Sunday April 28th at 18.30

Hi, we continue with some films by Terrence Malick, whose The Thin Red Line we saw like two years ago. OBS earlier hour this time, yours fr Björn

SUNDAY Apr 28th
Film and Discussion:  Tree of Life by Terrence Malick, USA 2010, 139 min
Magnus and Daniel will take care of this film evening.
From Terrence Malick, the acclaimed director of such classic films as Badlands, Days of Heaven and The Thin Red Line, The Tree of Life is the impressionistic story of a Midwestern family in the 1950′s. The film follows the life journey of the eldest son, Jack, through the innocence of childhood to his disillusioned adult years as he tries to reconcile a complicated relationship with his father (Brad Pitt). Jack (played as an adult by Sean Penn) finds himself a lost soul in the modern world, seeking answers to the origins and meaning of life while questioning the existence of faith. Through Malick’s signature imagery, we see how both brute nature and spiritual grace shape not only our lives as individuals and families, but all life…
The film’s portrait of everyday life, inspired by Malick’s memories of his hometown of Waco, Texas, is bounded by two immensities, one of space and time, and the other of spirituality. “The Tree of Life” has awe-inspiring visuals suggesting the birth and expansion of the universe, the appearance of life on a microscopic level and the evolution of species. This process leads to the present moment, and to all of us.