Christian Life Community - CLC Malta

Christian Life Community - CLC Malta

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"One day through the Rosary, I will save the world" Rosary on the Coast Malta... Come and pray the Rosary with us THIS Sunday 18th November at 3:30pm. Please bring a portable radio to tune into Radju Marija and pray with H.E Mgr Paul Paul Cremona Archbishop Emeritus. Coastal meetings points can be found on the link below: https://goo.gl/MW6cyF #rocmalta18 https://www.facebook.com/rocmalta18/ God Bless.
The annual fundraising BBQ organised by the Paulo Freire institute is coming up... always a great event, please contact Fr Edgar Busuttil for bookings (details on flyer). Thank you!

CLCers are lay people who desire to live more closely with Jesus Christ and participate in His mission. CLC's spirituality and charism are Ignatian.

This page is the official page of the Christian Life Community (CLC) Malta. It is a place where we can share content, prayers and discussion.. so feel free to join us :) We also invite you to send us a message if you would like more information about us (locally/internationally). The Christian Life Community is an international movement of lay men and women, young and adult, from all types of background, who desire to live more closely with Jesus Christ and participate in His mission. In this we follow the Way of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Members gather regularly in small groups to support one another in living a way of life based on Gospel values. They reflect on their lives and on the situations around them, share their experiences and pray together. They help each other to know Christ better, to find what he is asking of them in their lives, individually and as a community. Gradually, their friendship deepens through the mutual support and compassionate understanding that comes from a common desire to give a deeper meaning to their lives. The aim is for them to grow, with time, in their capacity to love, to reach out to others who are in need, to bring justice to the environments they find themselves in, to bring true peace. The small communities are organised into larger communities regionally and nationally, together forming the World Community. At present, in Malta and Gozo, there are some two hundred and forty CLC members, mostly young adults, who meet on a regular basis in about twenty four different communities, each with its own character and history.

Mission: We aim to become committed Christians in bearing witness to those human and Gospel values within the Church and society, which affect the dignity of the person, the welfare of the family and the integrity of creation. (from the "General Principles of the CLC)

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A New Year’s prayer for nearly everyone

An invitation to do the annual examen

https://www.americamagazine.org/faith/2019/12/30/new-years-prayer-nearly-everyone

americamagazine.org If you have time today, why not do an annual “examen”?

Christmas Blessings and a Happy New Year to you and your loved ones.

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Advent Examen - Ignatian Spirituality

https://www.ignatianspirituality.com/advent-examen/

ignatianspirituality.com During this time of Advent let us reflect on what we can do to prepare for the Lord. Use this Advent Examen to help your prayerful reflection.

Final Encounter 2019 Reflection
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Tenth Encounter 2019 Reflection
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Ninth Encounter 2019 Reflection
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Eighth Encounter 2019 Reflection
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Seventh Encounter 2019 Reflection
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Sixth Encounter 2019 Reflection
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Fifth Encounter 2019 Reflection
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Fourth Encounter 2019 Reflection
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Third reflection in preparation for the Encounter

Second Encounter 2019 Reflection
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Encounter Reflection 2019
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Invitation to CLC Weekend Encounter 2019

[09/20/19]   Fr. Chris Vella sj, will be the new EA for CLC Malta . We welcome Fr Chris in this role and promise him our support and prayers.

We would like to thank Fr Patrick for his presence, guidance, support and energy while he served as EA to CLC Malta and we promise him our support and prayers.. Fr. Patrick Magro sj, will continue to focus on the Chaplaincy work and DMM Youth hub.

Living a Christian Life

[08/30/19]   Invitation to join us in sharing our gift with our youth: Monday 9th Sept @ 7 pm DMM

We would like to invite those of you interested in contributing to the facilitation of young clc group meetings and activities, to a meeting on Monday 9th September at 7pm @ DMM Msida.

If you feel called to contribute in some way or another to share the gift of Ignatian spirituality with our youth please join us. In a prayerful spirit we shall look at the few loaves and fish we bring and ask God to bless what we have.

We wish to ask you to consider approaching at least one member from your community to consider this invitation.

Thank you

Press Release to all National Press Offices
24 August, 2019

We, the members of the Christian Life Community in Europe express our solidarity and closeness to all the people trapped in the current ordeal taking place on our southern borders of Italy, Spain and Malta. We also want to thank the governments of the European states that have agreed to welcome the refugees on the Ocean Viking and hope for another safe ending to the refugees of the vessel Open Arms. As human beings we need to do all that is necessary to preserve and protect life. As Christians we are also convinced of the uniqueness and value of each human being.
We cannot agree with the current political discourse that mixes political rhetoric and political gain with the value of human life. In the situation when life is in danger we are deeply worried about the fact that the world’s more powerful nations, including the three concerned nations of Italy, Malta and Spain are not willing to assume their civil responsibilities. We need to come up with economic policies that put the wellbeing of all people first rather than exploit other nations’ wealth, which causes people to undertake very dangerous travels in order to seek a better future. Every nation has a responsibility for each other, no nation is an island. As a rich continent we cannot close our eyes towards human suffering at our borders.
Human life is precious and needs to be protected. No one, no matter how powerful, has the right to decide whether someone can die or live. Our governments need to be held responsible for the mass loss of life taking place in the Mediterranean. All life is equally important!
We call upon the governments of Europe to work together for the common good and the protection of all the people currently stranded in North African countries where they are being exploited and seeking to make the dangerous sea crossing. Let us work together as nations of Europe to improve the dignity of human life and our common home.

The CLC Euroteam
Angelika Scholz Jean-Benoît Hoet Katarzyna Artemiuk Chris Micallef

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Pierre who? – [4] Pierre Favre, builder of bridges based on love and esteem

jesuitreflections.wordpress.com His advice is very relevant to our own own times, which often feel as turbulent as the 16th century. We seem to believe that the best way to solve differences is to build walls…. Pierre Favre…

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One of St Ignatius’ first companions – Pierre who?

jesuitreflections.wordpress.com “Take care, take care, never to close your heart to anyone.” – St Pierre Favre SJ. As we approach the feast day of St Pierre Favre, the lesser known of St Ignatius Loyola’s first companions, I will…

The Formation Team is organising another silent retreat for CLC Members and their friends. Basking in God's Mercy, a silent retreat led by Prof. Anthony Frendo, will be held at Mt St Joseph Retreat House from Friday 21st June to Sunday 23rd June. Bookings should be made by 1st June.
For more information or to book your place, please send an email on [email protected]

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'A racism wake-up call, not a random act': activists call for decisive action

CLC Malta is a signatory of the joint civil society statement which can be downloaded through this article
https://www.timesofmalta.com/mobile/articles/view/20190519/local/a-racism-wake-up-call-not-a-random-act-activists-call-for-decisive.710439

timesofmalta.com What appears to be Malta’s first case of racially-motivated murder should serve as a “wake-up call” about what happens when racism is allowed to fester without being addressed, a group of 60 civil society groups said on Sunday. “For too long we have ignored the daily experiences of the migra...

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Matthew 6:14

matthew.bible Matthew 6:14 - For if you forgive other people when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you.

Happy Easter

Catholic News Agency

A journalist asked Pope Francis why people are leaving the Church. Here’s what the pope answered.

His full in-flight interview is available here: https://bit.ly/2MH1mxr

An invitation to all members and friends who wish to join us next Wednesday at 18:30 at the University Chaplaincy.
#Malta #Brothers #Charity #Love #CLC

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International six day Ignatian retreat, praying and hiking in middle of the beautiful mountain chains of Belledonne and Chartreuse (Alpine mountain regions close to Grenoble) from Sunday 30th June at 5pm till Sunday 7th July at 9am.

This retreat will take place right in the peak of the magnificent flower season in the Alps. The hiking requires that you are in good shape, with hikes up to 1000m/day.

Spiritual guidance and animation will be done by Marielle Matthee, CLC Netherlands and Allard Kouwenhoven, CLC France, and may be a 3rd person.

For more details click on this link
https://clcmalta.us4.list-manage.com/track/click?u=34328c63634036325c2dbb539&id=3ebe912339&e=cab59d9488

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UPDATE: Date changed to 17th March
The formation team would like to invite you to a moment of prayer at the beginning of Lent, on Sunday 17th March at Loyola House, Naxxar. We will greet each other over coffee at 9.30 am and then Fr Edgar Busuttil will guide us by giving us a short presentation and some points for prayer. This will be followed by approximately one hour for personal prayer. We will end the morning with Mass and sharing; to finish by 12.30 pm.

Child minding will be available but please let us know beforehand if you require this service so that we will be able to plan accordingly.

We hope to see you there,

Nathalie, Fr Patrick, Fuvvy and Sandra

We would like to invite you to the second of three silent retreats which are being held this year for all CLC members and friends. This retreat is going to be led by Fr Konrad Grech SJ and will be based on pope Francis' Apostolic Exhortation on holiness. It would be wonderful if you could come and rejoice and be glad in the Lord in the company of CLCers from different communities.

Please send an email to [email protected] by 25th January to book your place.

Thank you.

Nathalie, Fuvy, Sandra, Patrick SJ
The Formation Team

[01/09/19]   “Disembarkation, finally!”
Joint NGO reaction to the authorisation to
disembark 49 rescued migrants
We welcome Malta’s decision to allow the disembarkation of the 49 migrants rescued by NGO
boats, most of whom spent 18 days at sea. Disembarkation will ensure that they are provided
with safety, shelter, and care.
We also appreciate the solidarity expressed by other Member States and institutions of the
European Union, in agreeing to share the responsibility of hosting the rescued migrants. Such
sharing of responsibilities is essential if the EU is to deal effectively with forced migration in a
manner that is fair and respectful of fundamental human rights.
We underline the need to ensure that each and every one of the migrants is granted full access
to asylum procedures so they will be able to get the protection that they need. We sincerely
hope that this will not happen again, and that respect for life and human dignity will remain at
the heart of Malta’s approach towards refugees and migrants.
9 January 2019
This statement is issued by the following organisations:
1. aditus foundation
2. African Media Association Malta
3. agara foundation
4. Allejanza kontra il-Faqar
5. Allied Rainbow Communities
6. Art4Life
7. Caritas Malta
8. Catholic Voices
9. Christian Life Community (CLC) Malta
10. Creative Arts Therapies Society (CATS)
11. Dar Merħba Bik
12. Dar tal-Providenza
13. Department for Inclusion and Access to Learning, University of Malta
14. Department of Gender Studies, University of Malta
15. Department of Social Policy and Social Work, University of Malta
16. Department of Youth and Community Studies, University of Malta
17. Drachma LGBT
18. Drachma Parents
19. Fondazzjoni Ejjew Għandi
20. Foundation for Shelter and Support of Migrants (FSM)
21. Integra Foundation
22. International Association for Refugees
23. Isles of the Left
24. Jesuit Refugee Service Malta
25. Kopin
26. Kummissjoni Ġustizzja u Paċi
27. Kunsill Studenti Universitarji
28. LGBTI+ Gozo
29. Malta Association for the Counselling Profession
30. Malta Catholic Youth Network
31. Malta Chamber of Psychologists
32. Malta Emigrants’ Commission
33. Malta LGBTIQ Rights Movement
34. Maltese Association of Psychiatry
35. Maltese Association of Social Workers (MASW)
36. Men Against Violence
37. Migrants Women’s Association Malta (MWAM)
38. Moviment Graffiti
39. National Foster Care Association
40. OASI Foundation
41. Office of the Dean of the Faculty of Social Wellbeing, University of Malta
42. Paulo Freire Institute
43. Peace and Good Foundation
44. People for Change Foundation
45. Platform of Human Rights Organisations in Malta
46. PRISMS
47. Richmond Foundation
48. Salesians of Don Bosco
49. Segretarjat Assistenza Soċjali tal-Azzjoni Kattolika Malta
50. Society of Jesus in Malta
51. Solidarity with Migrants Group
52. SOS Malta
53. Spark 15
54. St Jeanne Antide Foundation
55. St Vincent de Paule Society
56. Studenti Ħarsien Soċjali (SHS)
57. The Critical Institute
58. Troupe 18:45
59. University of Malta Chaplaincy
60. Victim Support Malta
61. Women’s Rights Foundation
62. Youth Alive Foundation

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This page is the official page of the Christian Life Community (CLC) Malta. It is a place where we can share content, prayers and discussion... so feel free to join us. We also invite you to send us a message if you would like more information about us both locally and internationally. The Christian Life Community is an international movement of lay men and women, young and adult, from all types of background, who desire to live more closely with Jesus Christ and participate in His mission. In this we follow the Way of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Members gather regularly in small groups to support one another in living a way of life based on Gospel values. They reflect on their lives and on the situations around them, share their experiences and pray together. They help each other to know Christ better, to find what he is asking of them in their lives, individually and as a community. Gradually, their friendship deepens through the mutual support and compassionate understanding that comes from a common desire to give a deeper meaning to their lives. The aim is for them to grow, with time, in their capacity to love, to reach out to others who are in need, to bring justice to the environments they find themselves in, to bring true peace. The small communities are organised into larger communities regionally and nationally, together forming the World Community. At present, in Malta and Gozo, there are some two hundred and forty CLC members, of all ages, who meet on a regular basis in about twenty four different communities, each with its own character and history.

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