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Cursillo 2018 February Newsletter

Dear Friends in Christ,  The February Newsletter is now available at: https://www.natl-cursillo.org/national-newsletter/   (English) https://www.natl-cursillo.org/espanol/boletin-nacional/ (Spanish) https://www.natl-cursillo.org/tieng-viet/ban-tin-trung-uong/ (Vietnamese) This Newsletter includes information about the 4th topic ‘Friendship’ in the book ‘1st Conversations of Cala Figuera,’  2018 National Encounter, Cursillo de Cursillos (CDC) and more…

What is the Cursillo format?

The Cursillo weekend format consists of a series of spiritual talks and discussions, blending seriousness and lightheartedness. The weekend is a personal, lively and informative event with talks, discussions, singing, worship and fellowship. The talks are conducted by clergy and lay people. Although Cursillos are lay-directed and controlled, the clergy assist in this effort most…

What happens after the Cursillo?

The weekend lasts three days; the fourth day is the rest of one’s life, and Cursillistas are urged to make some sort of commitment to God to intensify the growth and deepening of their faith. The Cursillo weekend neither pretends nor is able to give a complete Catholic formation in just three days. Cursillistas are…

Women’s Three-Day Weekend April 24-27, 2014 Casa de Cursillos

Cursillo is a movement of the Catholic Church that promotes Catholic ideals, fellowship, and spiritual growth in daily living. It provides an opportunity to deepen your Catholic faith, and to experience the love of God within a supportive and prayerful community.  The Cursillo is a method of giving those, who have the potential of influencing…

Men’s Three Day Weekend April 10-13, 2014 Casa de Cursillos

Each winter and fall, a Cursillo 3-day weekend is held (separately for men and women) to introduce others to Cursillo and provide an experience to enable them to follow Jesus more faithfully and effectively. From Thursday evening until Sunday evening, lay people and clergy live and work together to gain a deep, permanent, living awareness…