International Marianist Communications

A priority for the International Organization of Marianist Lay Communities is to help network our communities and share existing news and resources. Many of our countries have wonderful web-sites and newsletters. To help share our communication efforts, the following updates have been made to our IO-MLC communications.

WEB-SITE

We have revised our web-site at www.clm-mlc.org. The web-site is published in all three official languages: Spanish, English and French. The goal of our web-site is to provide quick and easy access to our documents, resources, and our Marianist Lay Communities around the world. The new Regional pages list all our countries with the names of the National Responsibles, statistics, and links to national web-sites. These national web-sites include access to newsletters, local projects and gatherings, prayer and formation resources. We encourage you to visit these web-sites to learn more about our Marianist Lay Communities around the world.

BLOG

We are continuing this blog at http://clm-mlc.org/blog/. The purpose of the blog is to share current news and reflections on Marianist life. It is usually written in English, but we have included an instant translator on the right-hand side of the page.

FACEBOOK AND TWITTER

Our Facebook page is slowly gaining more friends. Please visit us, LIKE us, and share comments, news, links to newsletters and upcoming MLC events on our wall. All languages are welcome. The more we know about each other, the stronger our community of communities will be. You can also join us on our TWITTER account at clm_mlc.

If you have any questions or suggestions for improving our communications, please contact isabellamoyer@clm-mlc.org or any member of our International Team. We look forward to hearing from you!

 

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