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Join a CLM small group!

Forming small communities have always been a important part in the life of the Church. The Christian Life Movement desires to form communities of faith where men and women can grow in holiness.

marian-groupWomen or men’s Marian groups are communities of apostolic life for young people who wish to mature in their Christian commitment and apostolate.  The goal of these groups is to offer a space of friendship and reflection about being Christians in daily life. These groups have different activities besides their regular meetings: go out together, play sports together, participate on a yearly retreat, go camping, etc. Denver Group  UPenn+Drexel Student Group
marian-groups-thumbnailCouples that desire to grow closer together in the faith are welcome to join Nazareth Groups.  These groups offer a space for them to discuss our culture and to prepare themselves to do apostolate. Denver Group
egAdult men are invited to form community together in the image of the disciples who met the Lord on the way to Emmaus. These disciples ate with Him and went out to announce Him to his other brothers. They gather in solidarity with one another to share and talk fraternally, to live Eucharistic piety and to give testimony that the Lord Jesus is the reconciliation that reestablishes friendship with God, the Father. Denver Group
bethlehemGirls between the ages of 6 and 12 are welcome to become involved in Bethlehem Groups. In these groups we offer fun activities for children in which they can know God better, learn to live like Christians, have Christian friends that aim to reach the same goal, and to know and love the Lord Jesus more. The program offers different activities: sports, crafts, workshops, mother and daughter activities, and cooking. Denver Group
bethanyAdult women who desire to share their faith are invited to Bethany Groups. Persons in this group are committed to deepening their faith, praying, and to announcing the Lord Jesus through the testimony of their lives. They specifically express their vocation to prayer and service by living according to the examples of Martha and Mary. Denver Group

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