Where are we?

The Christian Life Movement is growing in the United States. The laity, consecrated women, and consecrated men make up the CLM presence in the US. Click below to learn more about where we are at, and how to get involved!

creatioThe Christian Life Movement is involved with many projects that lead mission trips + pilgrimages. To get involved, click the links below to learn more about different ways you can go on mission/pilgrimage!
Creatio - ADVENTURES, MISSIONS, PILGRIMAGES. ,"Our mission is to guide all people to encounter the beauty of creation and the Creator through service to the poor, mission trips, outdoor adventure, and environmental stewardship." Regularly leads many, many trips. 
The Christian Life Movement is very active in Colorado! Archbishop Chaput invited members of the Christian Life Movement to come to the Archdiocese of Denver many years ago, and since then the CLM has grown. There are many ways to get involved here!
Serve the poor with Christ in the City - Come know, love, and serve the poor with Christ in the City. Every Wednesday + 2nd Saturday of the month, Christ in the City missionaries and volunteer serve the homeless a warm, homecooked meal while at the same time showing them love by building relationships and being a friend to the poor.
Get Involved with Holy Name Parish - Come find real community, rich formation, a reverent liturgy and a vibrant spirit of evangelization. "“I like that I’ve made so many friends and I get to see them every week after church and have donuts. Everyone stays for a long time and we get to play while our parents talk. It was awesome when we all got to receive our first Communion together!”
Join a Small Group Do you want to join a small group where you are challenged to live your faith? Where you are welcomed into a community? There are many types of small groups offered!
Go on Outdoor Adventures/Pilgrimages/Missions - "Our mission is to guide all people to encounter the beauty of creation and the Creator through service to the poor, mission trips, outdoor adventure, and environmental stewardship." Leads many trips in the Colorado/New Mexico area.
The Christian Life Movement came to Connecticut when the Fraternas founded a community there in 2005. 
Fraternas - Connecticut Their community was founded on November 11 2005, following the invitation of the Bishop, Most Reverend William E. Lori. The Fraternas are heavity involved in the evangelization, catechesis, and apostolate to the youth in Fairfield County. The Fraternas lead the Office for Youth Ministry and work at St. Joseph High School.
Convivio Youth Conference - + Twitter. Catholic Youth Conference in Connecticut. "Convivio is a 3 day, Catholic conference for youth led by youth. A weekend to share experiences, thoughts, interests, & face the world's current questions!"
The Christian Life Movement came to Texas from the request of Archbishop Jose H. Gomez. He requested that the Fraternas establish a community in San Antonio.
San Antonio + Facebook "We arrived in San Antonio at Archbishop Jose H. Gomez’s invitation. Our community was officially established on June 13, 2005. We are happy to share in the ministry of the Archdiocese of San Antonio!" They are involved with campus ministry of different schools in the Archdiocese and Parish Life.

img_9893The Christian Life Movement has been present in Pennsylvania since Archbishop Chaput invited the Sodalits to start a community. 

Sodalits Archbishop Chaput invited the Sodalit community to create a community in Philadelphia. They share their spirituality by running the UPenn + Drexel Newman Center.

UPenn + Drexel Newman Center (Philadelphia) The Newman Center provides a rich community to the students at UPenn and Drexel. There are many ways to get involved, and we encourage you to look at their website.

St. Agatha + St. James Parish (Philadelphia) When the Sodalits came to Philadelphia, they were entrusted with the parish of St. Agathas and St. James on the corners of 38th + Chestnut. "As the "mother Catholic church" of University City and West Philadelphia, we seek to extend the loving care of God to everyone—students and non-students; local residents and visitors; Catholics and non-Catholics."

In 2016, the Christian Life Movement was introduced to Arizona by the founding of the Servants of the Plan of God in Phoenix. Sr. Cristina Linares, Sr. María José Correa, Sr. Veronica Aguilar Pesantes and Sr. María Alejandra Santisteban, all Servants of the Plan of God, planted themselves in the desert this fall to serve various apostolates.
Servants of the Plan of God + facebook- "We are a community of consecrated women who live Full Apostolic Availability, living in community and giving ourselves to God through evangelization and solidarity in service."

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