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Merry Christmas Everyone!!!
Maayong Hapon CLMers!
Mission day na ugma. Are you excited? But before that, friendly reminders to everyone:
1. Assembly time is 6AM @Jollibee, AS Fortuna Highway. Please be on time. 😉
2. Please bring the following:
- Rosary
- Lunch
- Snacks
- Water
- Boat fare- Php200 (Professional)
- Php150 (Student)
- Extra Shirt
3. Please wear your favorite CLM shirt if you have any or wear comfortable clothes for our great adventure tomorrow. 😊😊
4. Better if you can attend an anticipated mass today, wala tay pari to accompany us tomorrow sa island. Or we can attend the mass together inig balik nato from Caubian Island.😊

Looking forward to see you! Let’s encounter Christ and experience His immense love by serving His people. See you tomorrow ha! God bless you always friends! ⚓️😊😊❤️
I assure you that this is helpful. Take time to be with us as we deepen our understanding to the promptings of the Holy Spirit and be more vigilant of the presence of the fallen angels.
Something to ponder - overcoming rejection

Christian Life Movement is an ecclesial movement approved by His Holiness St. John Paul II in 1994, which is present around the world in different countries.

The Christian Life Movement, CLM, an ecclesial movement approved by His Holiness John Paul II in 1994, which is present around the world in different countries in America, Europe, Africa, Oceania and Asia preaching the faith of the Church among lay people. Here in the Archdiocese of Cebu, the CLM is composed mostly by young students and families that are developing an apostolate through catechesis, pastoral health, youth leadership and work with the less fortunate.

Operating as usual

29/05/2021
29/05/2021
18/05/2021

Holy Rosary

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04/04/2021

Easter Concert!

03/04/2021

Holy Saturday

with bro Ben

02/04/2021

The seven words of the Cross

EASTER TRIDUUM

Good Friday: Seven Last Words of the Lord Jesus

Brother Benjamin Oldani, SCV meditates on the parallelism between the Beatitudes and the seven last words of the Lord Jesus. He leads us in meditating these words to help us deepen on the passion and death of the Lord Jesus.

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02/04/2021

EASTER TRIDUUM

Good Friday: The Great Silence

Brother Nelson Villamor, SCV shares three points to lead us in today's meditation. These three points focus on the mystery of the Incarnation and of the Cross, silence, and love, and on the Holy Trinity and the Cross.

As the Lord Jesus, the Christ, breathes His last breath today, let us ponder on these points and allow His passion and His death to move our hearts and to deepen on these mysteries.

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01/04/2021

The Last Supper

EASTER TRIDUUM

Holy Thursday - The Last Supper

In this talk, Brother Yohan Chon, SCV discusses three main points: the revelation, God's choice, and lastly, our choice. Hoping this discussion accompanies you at this time of prayer and meditation to deepen more on the revelation of God that is slowly unfolding in your eyes.

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30/03/2021

Holy Rosary

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26/03/2021

Holy Rosary

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24/03/2021

Holy Rosary

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22/03/2021

Holy Rosary

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19/03/2021

Blessed and happy Solemnity of Saint Joseph, the spouse of Mary. 🥰

The past year has been extremely difficult and challenging for each one of us, with struggles that we have to face individually and separately. As we celebrate the Solemnity of Saint Joseph, in the year of Saint Joseph, let us be reminded of the fatherly love which he has showered upon the Lord Jesus. He has provided shelter for him, protected him, and taken care of him. The Lord Jesus grew in His stature through the example of Saint Joseph.

Let us entrust ourselves to his fatherly love and intercession. Whatever you are going through right now, lift it up to God through Saint Joseph's intercession. 😇

Happy Solemnity! 🤗

PS: Photo is by Devotion to Saint Joseph FB Page.

Blessed and happy Solemnity of Saint Joseph, the spouse of Mary. 🥰

The past year has been extremely difficult and challenging for each one of us, with struggles that we have to face individually and separately. As we celebrate the Solemnity of Saint Joseph, in the year of Saint Joseph, let us be reminded of the fatherly love which he has showered upon the Lord Jesus. He has provided shelter for him, protected him, and taken care of him. The Lord Jesus grew in His stature through the example of Saint Joseph.

Let us entrust ourselves to his fatherly love and intercession. Whatever you are going through right now, lift it up to God through Saint Joseph's intercession. 😇

Happy Solemnity! 🤗

PS: Photo is by Devotion to Saint Joseph FB Page.

18/03/2021

Holy Rosary

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Photos from CLM Pilipinas's post 18/03/2021

Time for some throwback photos as today is #throwbackthursday 🥰

Who among us here is missing doing missions?
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[03/14/21]   IV SUNDAY OF LENT LAETARE— CYCLE B
2 Cor 36, 14-16.19-23; Ps 136; Eph 2, 4-10; Jn 3, 14-21

GOSPEL
Jesus said to Nicodemus:
“Just as Moses lifted up the serpent in the desert,
so must the Son of Man be lifted up, so that everyone who believes in him may have eternal life.”

For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him might not perish but might have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world might be saved through him.

Whoever believes in him will not be condemned,
but whoever does not believe has already been condemned, because he has not believed in the name of the only Son of God. And this is the verdict, that the light came into the world, but people preferred darkness to light, because their works were evil. For everyone who does wicked things hates the light and does not come toward the light, so that his works might not be exposed. But whoever lives the truth comes to the light, so that his works may be clearly seen as done in God.

Homily of Fr. Rafael Ismodes

We have lived half of the Lenten season already, and the Church invites us to situate ourselves in on the central theme of our lives: «For God so loved the world that he gave* his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him might not perish but might have eternal life» (Jn 3, 16). It is worth reflecting what St. Pope Paul VI once said: God is our father. «God is our father. This evangelical truth keeps echoing in the world, in the humankind, in history of Popes. God loves us. God thinks in us. His eyes are always open for us, and search for our response. God loves, sympathizes, forgives, and comforts us. He makes sure that our words, our groanings, our pleas, our tears, and our good works are heard. He wants that our life may be summarized in an act of love. This mystery of encounter between God and man finds its place only through Christ. We needed a “bridge” between God and us, a mediator that brings us to the plenitude to where our lives tend to, our eternal destiny. It is the mystery of joy and salvation which is the Redemption, which will have its most solemn feast in the Holy Easter».

Today’s celebration is called Laetare Sunday because it invites us to breathe and think, meditate and ponder the greatest truth that could ever exist: Of a God who loves us so much up to such point he gave his life for us. His mercy infinitely surpasses our miseries. It opens us horizons of life where neither pest nor pain, nor sin, nor betrayal, nor infidelity and lies, nor any worst doubts could ever consume us. God loves us and desires that we love eternally: now and forever as much as our heart desires to love and be loved. Behind the scars we have in life, behind the masks and representations, behind the desire for power, for pleasure, for possessions… deep down in our hearts we can find a desire to be happy that impels us even from the first time we cried when we were born, up until our very last breath of our life. Only God can give us what we truly desire.

That is how it happened with the Jewish people who were exiled in Babylon. They have been enslaved and exiled to a foreign power since they had been unfaithful. They were mistreated, mocked for their delusions of greatness. They made fun at them because they kept believing of an almighty God. But those who kept being faithful were each time getting lesser. And there were only few who believed in Him by heart. Nevertheless, Cyrus defeated the conquerors, and sent the Jewish people back to their home. He provided whatever was necessary for the Jews to reconstruct and rebuild what they have lost. God never fails. Whoever trusts God neither fail: No one who believes in Him will perish. They will have eternal life. In this dark and painful time, do you believe this? «But God, who is rich in mercy, because of the great love he had for us, even when we were dead in our transgressions, brought us to life with Christ* (by grace you have been saved), raised us up with him, and seated us with him in the heavens in Christ Jesus». (Eph 2, 4-6)

“We are your handiwork”. Our nature is good in its origin. But a severe problem may arise. «And this is the verdict, that the light came into the world, but people preferred darkness to light, because their works were evil». Salvation is offered for everyone and is offered to us abundantly. It is objective. It depends on our subjectivity to receive it or not. And we know that we are living according to our call for happiness and eternity if we live or not in the light. Let us then rejoice for what we can receive that surpasses us. At the same time, let us strive to live as sons of the light: it is for that reason the Lord comes. To give us his light, and to walk according to the what the Way, the Truth and the Life teaches us. In this special time of preparation we are encouraged to live in fasting to encounter our own self, to strip ourselves of whatever is in excess without any masks before our conscience. Part of the “fast” is to be able to confess my sins, live in a state of grace, leave any work of darkness (which is always an excess) and recognize our own sins so that we may receive the saving grace. We are also encourage to pray: so that we may receive evangelical criteria that illuminates us, which is the warmth of the divine love, and a force from on high. And finally for this reason we are asked to live mercifully: as Gos is merciful to us so are we to others. As God dies for mi, I, too, am invited to be holy by dying for others.

12/03/2021

Holy Rosary

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02/03/2021

Holy Rosary

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27/02/2021

Patris Corde part 1

Patris Corde part 1
- with bro Ben

24/02/2021

Holy Rosary

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18/02/2021

Holy Rosary

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16/02/2021

- Saint Gilbert of Sempringham -
Saint of the Day for February 16
(c. 1083 – February 4, 1189)

Gilbert was born in Sempringham, England, into a wealthy family, but he followed a path quite different from that expected of him as the son of a Norman knight. Sent to France for his higher education, he decided to pursue seminary studies.

He returned to England not yet ordained a priest, and inherited several estates from his father. But Gilbert avoided the easy life he could have led under the circumstances. Instead he lived a simple life at a parish, sharing as much as possible with the poor. Following his ordination to the priesthood he served as parish priest at Sempringham.

Among the congregation were seven young women who had expressed to him their desire to live in religious life. In response, Gilbert had a house built for them adjacent to the Church. There they lived an austere life, but one which attracted ever more numbers; eventually lay sisters and lay brothers were added to work the land. The religious order formed eventually became known as the Gilbertines, though Gilbert had hoped the Cistercians or some other existing order would take on the responsibility of establishing a rule of life for the new order. The Gilbertines, the only religious order of English origin founded during the Middle Ages, continued to thrive. But the order came to an end when King Henry VIII suppressed all Catholic monasteries.

Over the years a special custom grew up in the houses of the order called “the plate of the Lord Jesus.” The best portions of the dinner were put on a special plate and shared with the poor, reflecting Gilbert’s lifelong concern for less fortunate people.

Throughout his life, Gilbert lived simply, consumed little food, and spent a good portion of many nights in prayer. Despite the rigors of such a life he died at well over age 100.

Reflection
When he came into his father’s wealth, Gilbert could have lived a life of luxury, as many of his fellow priests did at the time. Instead, he chose to share his wealth with the poor. The charming habit of filling “the plate of the Lord Jesus” in the monasteries he established reflected his concern. Today’s Operation Rice Bowl echoes that habit: eating a simpler meal and letting the difference in the grocery bill help feed the hungry.

#Saintoftheday
#CLMPilipinas

story: https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day/saint-gilbert-of-sempringham
image: https://www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=654

- Saint Gilbert of Sempringham -
Saint of the Day for February 16
(c. 1083 – February 4, 1189)

Gilbert was born in Sempringham, England, into a wealthy family, but he followed a path quite different from that expected of him as the son of a Norman knight. Sent to France for his higher education, he decided to pursue seminary studies.

He returned to England not yet ordained a priest, and inherited several estates from his father. But Gilbert avoided the easy life he could have led under the circumstances. Instead he lived a simple life at a parish, sharing as much as possible with the poor. Following his ordination to the priesthood he served as parish priest at Sempringham.

Among the congregation were seven young women who had expressed to him their desire to live in religious life. In response, Gilbert had a house built for them adjacent to the Church. There they lived an austere life, but one which attracted ever more numbers; eventually lay sisters and lay brothers were added to work the land. The religious order formed eventually became known as the Gilbertines, though Gilbert had hoped the Cistercians or some other existing order would take on the responsibility of establishing a rule of life for the new order. The Gilbertines, the only religious order of English origin founded during the Middle Ages, continued to thrive. But the order came to an end when King Henry VIII suppressed all Catholic monasteries.

Over the years a special custom grew up in the houses of the order called “the plate of the Lord Jesus.” The best portions of the dinner were put on a special plate and shared with the poor, reflecting Gilbert’s lifelong concern for less fortunate people.

Throughout his life, Gilbert lived simply, consumed little food, and spent a good portion of many nights in prayer. Despite the rigors of such a life he died at well over age 100.

Reflection
When he came into his father’s wealth, Gilbert could have lived a life of luxury, as many of his fellow priests did at the time. Instead, he chose to share his wealth with the poor. The charming habit of filling “the plate of the Lord Jesus” in the monasteries he established reflected his concern. Today’s Operation Rice Bowl echoes that habit: eating a simpler meal and letting the difference in the grocery bill help feed the hungry.

#Saintoftheday
#CLMPilipinas

story: https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day/saint-gilbert-of-sempringham
image: https://www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=654

11/02/2021

In the way of virtue, there is no standing still; anyone who does not daily advance, loses ground. To remain at a standstill is impossible; he that gains not, loses; he that ascends not, descends. If one does not ascend the ladder, one must descend; if one does not conquer, one will be conquered.
–Saint Bonaventure (1221-1274)

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#manonthemove

source: http://www.catholicstoreroom.com/2017/03/11/no-standing-still/

In the way of virtue, there is no standing still; anyone who does not daily advance, loses ground. To remain at a standstill is impossible; he that gains not, loses; he that ascends not, descends. If one does not ascend the ladder, one must descend; if one does not conquer, one will be conquered.
–Saint Bonaventure (1221-1274)

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#manonthemove

source: http://www.catholicstoreroom.com/2017/03/11/no-standing-still/

09/02/2021

- Saint Jerome Emiliani -
Saint of the Day for February 9
(1486 – February 8, 1537)

A careless and irreligious soldier for the city-state of Venice, Jerome was captured in a skirmish at an outpost town and chained in a dungeon. In prison Jerome had a lot of time to think, and he gradually learned how to pray. When he escaped, he returned to Venice where he took charge of the education of his nephews—and began his own studies for the priesthood.

In the years after his ordination, events again called Jerome to a decision and a new lifestyle. Plague and famine swept northern Italy. Jerome began caring for the sick and feeding the hungry at his own expense. While serving the sick and the poor, he soon resolved to devote himself and his property solely to others, particularly to abandoned children. He founded three orphanages, a shelter for penitent prostitutes and a hospital.

Around 1532, Jerome and two other priests established a congregation, the Clerks Regular of Somasca, dedicated to the care of orphans and the education of youth. Jerome died in 1537 from a disease he caught while tending the sick. He was canonized in 1767. In 1928, Pius Xl named him the patron of orphans and abandoned children. St. Jerome Emiliani shares his liturgical feast day with St. Josephine Bakhita on February 8.

Reflection
Very often in our lives it seems to take some kind of “imprisonment” to free us from the shackles of our self-centeredness. When we’re “caught” in some situation we don’t want to be in, we finally come to know the liberating power of Another. Only then can we become another for “the imprisoned” and “the orphaned” all around us.

Saint Jerome Emiliani is the Patron Saint of:
Orphans
Abandoned Children

#Saintoftheday
#CLMPilipinas

- Saint Jerome Emiliani -
Saint of the Day for February 9
(1486 – February 8, 1537)

A careless and irreligious soldier for the city-state of Venice, Jerome was captured in a skirmish at an outpost town and chained in a dungeon. In prison Jerome had a lot of time to think, and he gradually learned how to pray. When he escaped, he returned to Venice where he took charge of the education of his nephews—and began his own studies for the priesthood.

In the years after his ordination, events again called Jerome to a decision and a new lifestyle. Plague and famine swept northern Italy. Jerome began caring for the sick and feeding the hungry at his own expense. While serving the sick and the poor, he soon resolved to devote himself and his property solely to others, particularly to abandoned children. He founded three orphanages, a shelter for penitent prostitutes and a hospital.

Around 1532, Jerome and two other priests established a congregation, the Clerks Regular of Somasca, dedicated to the care of orphans and the education of youth. Jerome died in 1537 from a disease he caught while tending the sick. He was canonized in 1767. In 1928, Pius Xl named him the patron of orphans and abandoned children. St. Jerome Emiliani shares his liturgical feast day with St. Josephine Bakhita on February 8.

Reflection
Very often in our lives it seems to take some kind of “imprisonment” to free us from the shackles of our self-centeredness. When we’re “caught” in some situation we don’t want to be in, we finally come to know the liberating power of Another. Only then can we become another for “the imprisoned” and “the orphaned” all around us.

Saint Jerome Emiliani is the Patron Saint of:
Orphans
Abandoned Children

#Saintoftheday
#CLMPilipinas

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