Tag Archives: Communion and Liberation

The heart is key in prayer

Life in the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation forms us to know and appreciate the role of the heart in all things. Looking at the spiritual life, “The heart is the key to all true prayer. When prayer arises out of our deepest center it is pure and totally free. It seeks nothing but to reveal to God how we truly are at that moment, with all our desires and concerns, our hopes and expressions of wonder and praise at God’s goodness. Beneath whatever external “form” we use to come before God is the silent pulse that carries our “Yes” to God in a rhythm of faith.” (NS)

Way of the Cross over the Brooklyn Bridge

On Communion and Liberation

A video on the Communion and Liberation Movement –one of the lay ecclesial movements in the Catholic Church. There is a group of Communion and Liberation that meets weekly at 7pm, St Mary’s Priory and Church, New Haven, CT.

This Movement was approved by St. John Paul II, and followed closely by Pope Benedict, and now by Pope Francis.

Communion and Liberation Fraternity anniversary

Anniversary of the Frat of CLMay Our Lady of Lourdes and Saint Benedict intercede for the good of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation here in the USA, and around the world.

Andrea Aziani sainthood cause opened

Andrea AzianiOn February 2, during Mass celebrating the 19th anniversary of the Diocese of Carabayllo, in the city of Lima, Peru, Bishop Lino Panizza, announced the opening of the cause of beatification of Andrea Aziani.
Andrea Aziani was a born on January 16, 1953 and a member of the Memores Domini. He met Father Luigi Giussani in 1972, and 15 years later, departed for a mission to Peru where he remained until his death on July 30, 2008.
PAZ translated from Tracce; image of Andrea Aziani with Saint John Paul II.

About the author

Paul A. Zalonski is from New Haven, CT. He is a member of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation, a Catholic ecclesial movement, and an Oblate of Saint Benedict. Contact Paul at paulzalonski[at]yahoo.com.
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