Stikkordarkiv: Molde Cathedral

Getting a taste of home at the International Café

If there’s a place in Molde where someone has the opportunity to embrace a unique cultural outlook for a day, the International Café might very well be the singular experience worth discovering. By MAXENCE GUERITOT (text & photo) Organized for ten years by the church organization KIA, Kristent Interkulturelt Arbeid, the event is held several … Fortsett å lese Getting a taste of home at the International Café

Syrian refugee: – What matters most is the future of my children

The mindset of Syrian people has changed due to the war, says Obaida Dalati, a refugee from war-torn Aleppo now living in Molde. By BENJAMIN MOEYERSONS (text & photo) Saturday 19th of November, it was time for another KIA (Kristent Interkulturelt Arbeid) event. This week’s International Café theme was Syria. «Currently there are about 40 … Fortsett å lese Syrian refugee: – What matters most is the future of my children

Gathering in multicultural spheres in Molde

KIA organizes almost weekly events where all people of the community are welcome to gather around in an international environment to create a warmer Norway. By BENJAMIN MOEYERSONS (text & photo) KIA (Kristent Interkulturelt Arbeid) in Molde is an organization led by department manager Reidar Andestad. «The main purpose is to gather people in an … Fortsett å lese Gathering in multicultural spheres in Molde

Syria: – I think most of us will go back home

If the war in Syria ends, refugee Obaida Dalati plan is to return to his homeland.  By CASSIE YANG and EDEN GAO (photo) Last Saturdays’s International Café (KIA) in the basement of Molde cathedral was quite an unforgettable experience for Molde’s international students. They gathered together with Norwegians and refugees from Syria and enjoyed traditional … Fortsett å lese Syria: – I think most of us will go back home

«Sheep-in-cabbage» served in the church basement

Monday evening KIA Molde served the traditional Norwegian dish fårikål at the International Café in the church basement. By CASSIE YANG and EDEN GAO (photo) Autumn is the season when farmers in Norway bring their sheep down from the mountains. Norwegian people make fårikål (which literally translates to sheep-in-cabbage), a traditional meal with mutton and … Fortsett å lese «Sheep-in-cabbage» served in the church basement

Human voices made the church go wild

As opposed to the Dee Dee Bridgewater and the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra  Terrance Kelly, the artistic director of Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir, urged audience not to dance out of their clothes. Even though fully clothed, the whole church danced, sang and got wild.  I am an atheist and I have never believed in anything … Fortsett å lese Human voices made the church go wild