For lovers of all things Scandinavian, why not opt for a shortened version of the name Kirkkokari, a small island in Finland,
which is the country's only Roman Catholic pilgrimage site? Tradition has it that St. Henry was murdered on the lake next to the island in 1156. The island houses a memorial for the Christianization of Finland and every year the Church organizes an 87-mile long pilgrimage to the site. Kirk is actually the Scandinavian word for "church."
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