Maundy Thursday (April 9)
17:00 The Slain Lamb - A lecture on the liturgy of Maundy Thursday
18:00 Mass in Coena Domini
Meal after Mass with reading of John 13-17, followed by Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament until midnight. Please register for the meal in advance. (Please consider making a donations to cover the costs of the meal.)
Good Friday (April 10)
09:00 Tenebrae and Lauds
10:00 There was a darkness over all the earth -
A lecture on the mystery of the Cross
12:00 Small Lenten Snack
12:30 Meditation on the verses of the Passion of the Lord according to the Dominican tradition
15:00 Office of the Passion and of the Cross
Holy Saturday (April 11)
09:00 Tenebrae and Lauds
10:00 The empty tomb
A lecture about the sense of expectation building up
From Maundy Thurday through Holy Saturday, the Studium offers an intensive experience of the Holy Triduum leading up to the joy of the celebration of the Resurrection at Easter through a combination of lectures and liturgy. The lectures are in English while the liturgies are in Finnish.
The Welcoming Team welcomes new members to the Catholic Diocese of Helsinki. Now the Welcoming Team's spring programme has been released.
Note these dates:
March 28: One-day Bible Conference at St Mary’s (Mäntytie 2)
March 29: Presentation of Divine Mercy
April 9-11: Mystagogê – An introduction to the Holy Triduum
May 2: One-day Bible Conference at St Mary’s (Mäntytie 2)
June 7: Picnic at Kaivopuisto from 11 a.m.
Please note that Gabriel Salmela OP has been named Moderator of the Welcoming Team.
Textile Artist Helena Vaari designs and makes art and ecclesiastical textiles. Vaari has designed copes for five bishops and textiles for more than ten churches.
Here you will find the FB event page for the celebration of the translation of the relics at the Studium.
Click for pdf programme in Finnish
The Studium Catholicum again takes part in the Night of Science event (Tieteiden yö in Finnish, or Vetenskapens natt in Swedish) on January 16, 2020.
The Night of Science is a block party for science and research. It is celebrated annually in Kruununhaka, Helsinki. The 2020 event takes place on Thursday, January 16th. All Night of Science events, including the one at the Studium, are free of charge. At the Studium from 5 p.m. through 9.30 p.m. you can learn more about Jeanne d'Arc.
General programme at the Studium: From 5 p.m. through 9.30 p.m. Open House.
Guides to the Angelicum Hall and the Studium Library. Soft drinks and snacks.
Lecture Series Programme
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