A CLC Contribution Signed by: one of the Synod facilitators, CLC member We have begun this synodal journey, which only confirms that it was necessary to make it. Synodality, understood as a process that needs to prepare the heart for the deep and fruitful encounter...
Embrace the World in an Ignatian Way. DOWNLOAD
Our life as mission At the General Assembly in Lebanon (2013), the assembled delegates decided (after discernment) to invite the World Community to focus its actions on four frontiers: Globalization and Poverty, Ecology, Family and Youth. In the previous issue...
Even in times of pandemic, we have seen the efforts of so many who continue to bet on creativity and wish to remain united, in community, sharing, celebrating, accompanying. And perhaps that is why Adolfo Nicolás said: “The Christian is essentially communitarian....
It has become a time to rediscover the important things inside our hearts, and to realize that despite the individual circumstances which we are all experiencing, we can all feel our days with deep meaning, and with a prayer that carries trust and hope: We shall...
This issue of Progressio stands as a communal remembrance of the days of the 2018 World Assembly in Buenos Aires. DOWNLOAD
We are happy to share with you Progressio Supplement #75. This issue of Progressio Supplement is the updated version of General Principles and General Norms of Christian Life Community. The updates were specific areas on General Norms and were approved in the last two...
Date: March 2020 Archive: GP eng web
Date: July 2018 Archive: Suppl 74 eng online
We are pleased to announce the last issue of Progressio (1-2018): Glimpses for Contemplating an Apostolic Body. You can download it from here, free to share. Archive: Progressio 1-2018 eng web
CLCs in Zimbabwe and Botswana will walk with echoes of Amiens
A CLC SISTER CELEBRATES DOCTORATE & SILVER JUBILEE
CLC joins the Ignatian Community for the Human Family and the Common Home
RELIVE THE ASSEMBLY’S BEST MOMENTS
Synodality as a way of proceeding in the Church
“Laudate Deum”: the Pope’s cry for a response to the climate crisis