International apostolate goes on-line

.- The international lay apostolate, Christian Life Movement (CLM), has announced the launch of a new website, which the group hopes will further its mission of promoting the Gospel.

The group, whose Soladitium Christianae Vitae, and Marian Community of Reconciliation communities are active in the U.S., hopes that the new series of web pages will allow the Church at large to learn more about the 40,000-member apostolate and help members stay better connected with one another worldwide.

Founded in 1985 in Lima, Peru, by Luis Fernando Figari, and approved by the Holy See in 1994, CLM was born as a gathering of numerous people and evangelistic initiatives into one ecclesial body.

Now present throughout the world, both Archbishop Francis Stafford and Archbishop Charles Chaput welcomed the group to the U.S. by way of the Archdiocese of Denver. The consecrated male community was formally established in 2003.

CLM is active in the Church by means of initiatives ranging from education and missionary activity to media services and pro-life work. The group is hopeful that its new Internet presence will significantly further its influence on the Church in Peru and worldwide.

The new website can be found at:

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