The story of the CLC-AYD logo

The theme of the Asian Youth Day is “Living the gospel joyfully in a multicultural Asia”.

The theme has been adapted for the CLC group into the ‘United in Diversity’ design above.

The logo was designed by Yunita Chen who is a CLC member from the city of Bandung and also a graphic designer.

It combines the official AYD style with the CLC logo and elements of traditional Javanese culture. The background shape which looks like a bishop’s mitre is a gunungan, a screen used in Javanese puppet plays.

Yunita is attending the AYD workshop and is pictured below with Gregorius from CLC Indonesia.

CLC attends UN DPI-NGO Conference in Korea


CLC is recognised at the United Nations as a global NGO. 14 members of CLC Korea participated in the annual UN NGO Conference from 30 May – 1 June 2016. The theme was “Education for Global Citizenship”. In addition to learning about the work of other groups the participating members had the opportunity to present about CLC Korea’s CLC Hope School common mission project in a workshop session titled “See the Unseen: The Inclusion of Marginalized Groups”.


Lent Retreat: Moved to Greater Love


Moved to Greater Love, a 9-week Lenten/Easter digital prayer experience beginning on Sunday, March 2 and concluding on Sunday, May 4. Each evening you will receive an email with a link to the following day’s prayer and reflection.

The nine U.S. Jesuit provincials who conceived of Moved to Greater Love describe it as “an invitation to magnanimity, silence, creativity and depth, calling all to consider how God’s love burns away fear and open us up to respond generously and wholeheartedly.”

The program is named for a phrase regarding spiritual graces from the Memoriale of Saint Peter Faber, a companion of Saint Ignatius Loyola and one of the early Jesuits. If you have additional questions regarding Moved to Greater Love, please visit www.Jesuits.org/greaterlove or email mtgl@jesuits.org.