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No More Reservations for Sunday Masses!   

Updated Corona Measures for our Parish

 

We are happy to welcome parishioners to attend Sunday masses with no more need for

 

  • Prior registration
  • Social distancing and
  • Corona checks at the door for evidence of being vaccinated.  Read more

Mass Time

Weekdays in church
Friday 12PM commencing in October

Reconciliation
By appointment

Weekends in church
Sunday 10AM and 5:30PM

Mass Time

Weekdays in church
Friday 12PM commencing in October

Reconciliation
By appointment

Weekends in church
Sunday 10AM and 5:30PM

Watch Mass

Every Sunday we stream our Mass live for you to follow from the comfort and safety of your own home. But if you would like to attend the Mass in person, we can now welcome 200 people to our church at each Mass. Please reserve a seat in advance and don’t forget to bring your face mask!

Our Mission Statement

 We, The International English Speaking Roman Catholic Parish “Church of Our Saviour” in The Hague aim to share our assets, talents, and opportunities as a continuation of Christ’s mission. Through the wide variety of cultures and international networks, our inclusive parish offers a unique opportunity to translate the values of the Gospel in concrete initiatives to promote justice and peace. We promote a spirituality that is geared to respect people, planet, and sustainability. The inclusion of all people of good will is a constant guideline for our religious formation programs, personal witness, and community initiatives.

With parishioners from over 95 different nationalities, we are a large International English speaking Roman Catholic Parish based in The Hague, the Netherlands. You are very welcome to join us!

Monthly Inspiration

New Pastoral Year

So much happened during the summer of 2021! During July and August, most of us go into a holiday mode. Even so, life continues, and, in the community, many things happen. Summer is a good time to plan the new pastoral year and to catch up with people.  Between the months of June-August,18 baptisms were celebrated. It was a joy to see these proud and grateful parents finally reunited with their friends and families. The lockdown produced a lot of new life! We had 4 weddings and 4 wedding anniversary celebrations. There were also the sad farewells of Sue van Dijl, Philip Salmon, Ineke Hens, Annie Wegbrans-Gijzen, Judge James Crawford, Baby Michael Higginson, Rita van Waning, and Jacqueline van der Ham- Singleton. Another very moving moment happened when the flowers from the murdered crime reporter Peter R. de Vries were placed around our monument for perished refugees in the church garden. It drew a lot of local and national attention. See the video featuring an interview with a local TV station in this newsletter. We now see 200 people back at church for the Sunday morning mass whereas the evening mass has around 100 people. It is a lot easier to come to Mass now, so we hope that we see many of you back in the new pastoral year. During the press conference of 13th August, the hope for letting go of the 1,5-meter distance on 20th September was announced. But if we go back to “normal” for large gatherings, there is also talk of proof of full vaccination or recovery from Covid being required.  During the summer, we had 12 Mill Hill missionaries celebrating their jubilees in our parish ranging from 25-60 years of ordination to the priesthood. Another happy event was seeing Andrew Hartwell do his Eagle Scout project with some of his friends. They painted all the woodwork on...

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News

There are many things happening in our parish community and in the Roman Catholic community around the world. Follow our newsfeed to get the latest news on activities, mass, and other announcements. Do You want to receive the latest news in your mailbox? Sign up for our newsletter.

107th World Day of Migrants and Refugees

107th World Day of Migrants and Refugees

The Justice and Peace Group in our Parish has been running the Hand in Hand Refugee program for a long time. On the occasion of the 107th World Day of Migrants and Refugees on 26 September 2021, we show our solidarity with the messages of Pope Francis and the...

read more
Turning the Cross Around

Turning the Cross Around

This heading may sound rather strange but in fact, it is what it is… In our sanctuary, we have a beautiful colorful icon of the Pantocrator Christ painted by our former Pastoral Assistant, Sally Williams, who has since moved back to England with her family. On the...

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Updated Corona Measures for our Parish

Updated Corona Measures for our Parish

The Dutch Bishops Conference has released the new Corona rules for Roman Catholic Churches in the Netherlands. As of Sunday, 26 September, there will be no more need for Prior registrationSocial distancing andCorona checks at the door for evidence of being vaccinated....

read more
107th World Day of Migrants and Refugees

107th World Day of Migrants and Refugees

The Justice and Peace Group in our Parish has been running the Hand in Hand Refugee program for a long time. On the occasion of the 107th World Day of Migrants and Refugees on 26 September 2021, we show our solidarity with the messages of Pope Francis and the...

read more
Turning the Cross Around

Turning the Cross Around

This heading may sound rather strange but in fact, it is what it is… In our sanctuary, we have a beautiful colorful icon of the Pantocrator Christ painted by our former Pastoral Assistant, Sally Williams, who has since moved back to England with her family. On the...

read more
Updated Corona Measures for our Parish

Updated Corona Measures for our Parish

The Dutch Bishops Conference has released the new Corona rules for Roman Catholic Churches in the Netherlands. As of Sunday, 26 September, there will be no more need for Prior registrationSocial distancing andCorona checks at the door for evidence of being vaccinated....

read more
COS Soup Kitchen Resumes Weekly Visits to Rotterdam

COS Soup Kitchen Resumes Weekly Visits to Rotterdam

The Sisters of Charity, who operate a soup kitchen in Rotterdam, are once again able to accept donations of clean clothing, non-perishable food, and toiletry items (especially hospitality-sized items from hotels and airlines.) Items for the soup kitchen can be dropped...

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There are many things happening in our parish community and in the Roman Catholic community around the world. Follow our newsfeed to get the latest news on activities, mass, and other announcements. Do You want to receive the latest news in your mailbox? Sign up for our newsletter.

107th World Day of Migrants and Refugees

The Justice and Peace Group in our Parish has been running the Hand in Hand Refugee program for a long time. On the occasion of the 107th World Day...

Turning the Cross Around

This heading may sound rather strange but in fact, it is what it is… In our sanctuary, we have a beautiful colorful icon of the Pantocrator Christ...

Updated Corona Measures for our Parish

The Dutch Bishops Conference has released the new Corona rules for Roman Catholic Churches in the Netherlands. As of Sunday, 26 September, there...

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