From a post, Yes, it has been a while, by Fr. JC Maximilian:
...Finally, I hope to use this blog for School of Community. I am a member of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation, one of the new ecclesial movements, and our most basic “gesture” is our weekly School of Community meeting where we share a reading and then our own experiences of encountering Christ Jesus in our everyday life. It has really helped me keep from becoming abstract, and being more connected with reality of every day life. The School of Community becomes your friends and your mutual witnesses to the Goodness of God, as we together continue to journey with Jesus. I started a School of Community at my previous assignment, but that is over an hour away from where I am now. It would be too soon to start one here (first people need to get to know and trust me. Then they might say, “Father, can we learn more about CL?”). A few people have asked me about CL here, so we might be able to start a School of Community in the near future here, but in the mean time I still want to make the time for prayerful reflection on the works of the Movement. So I thought I might just read a bit of the current book the Movement is reading, and share my reflections (brief summary of the reading) and experiences as related to the reading on this blog. If others want to start a conversation about it GREAT, that’s what the comments are for. We will see how it all works out.