Christian Life Community
|Christian Life Community International Website
Christian Life Community is an international and pontifical association of Christians who gather together in small communities to seek to follow Jesus Christ more closely and help to build the Kingdom of God.
The Christian Life Community in the USA (CLC) is the national body of the international and pontifical association of CLC. CLC-USA is a community of more than 1,500 people spread across the country, coming together from diverse cultural backgrounds and speaking diverse languages — Korean and Spanish and Vietnamese as well as English, and maybe many more languages.
This website is a great resource for all things having to do with the spirituality of St. Ignatius and the Society of Jesus (Jesuits). The site includes prayers, reflection, and other useful information.
This website provides a 10-minute online prayer that is new every day.
This website is run by Jesuit Media Initiatives and provides daily scriptural readings and other spiritual resources.
|The Sunday Website
Created and maintained by St. Louis University, this website provides prayers, commentaries, and resources to prepare for the Sunday liturgy readings.
News, Blogs, and Commentary
|The Jesuit Post
The Jesuit Post is a collection of thoughtful essays written by young Jesuits. In their own words, the site “is about Jesus, politics, and pop-culture, it’s about the Catholic Church, sports, and Socrates. It’s about making the case for God (better: letting God make the case for Himself) in our secular age.”
America is the national Jesuit magazine. The website includes a blog with commentary on current events, spirituality, and social issues by Jesuits and lay people.
Busted Halo is a website run by the Paulists (a Roman Catholic religious order) geared toward young adult spiritual seekers that features commentary on a variety of spiritual topics, current events, and relevant issues for young adults.
Know of other digital resources that would be helpful for Christian Life Communities? Send us an email with the resource and what you found useful about it!