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The Three Pillars of CLC

1. Community

All CLC participants recognize the value of a group. Christ does not ask us to stand alone. We form community to help our own individual growth and to help the growth of those around us. (CLC-wide Community events include Trivia Night, Socks and Sweaters Christmas Party, May Day Party, Fall Festival, Minute to Win It, Valentine's Day Party.)

2. Spirituality
Developing a personal sense of spirituality is key to the CLC way of life. CLCs help individuals to develop a deeper prayer-life by providing time for silence and an opportunity to listen to the Lord speak to your heart. (CLC-wide Spirituality events include CLC Masses, Taize Prayer, Rosary.)

3. Mission
The mission of each individual CLC is to know and respond to God and one another. Then, individual CLCs can also go on to share the incredible love they have experienced in their CLC by serving others in the SLU and St. Louis Community. (CLC-wide Mission events include Make A Difference Day, Blue Santa, Community Garden, Campus Kitchens, Vocation Speakers.)


What is a Christian Life Community?

What is the History of Christian Life Communities?

CLC Leadership Structure

Sample CLC Outline

CLC Glossary of Terms

CLC Online Resources

CLC Registration Form

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