Cursillo (pronounced cur-see-yo) is Spanish for little course, specifically in the teachings of Jesus. The goal of the Cursillo Movement is to make Christ the prime influence in society. Cursillo is often described as a retreat. While there is quiet time and reflection, there is more discussion among peers than in most retreats. Perhaps, it is best described as an experience of living in Christian community.
The Cursillo Movement is worldwide. It began in Spain in the mid-1940s and came to the United States in the 1960s. All local dioceses in the US are affiliated with the worldwide Cursillo through the National Cursillo Secretariat in Dallas, Texas.
Click "What Is Cursillo" above for a short video.
Women's Cursillo #72 -
Men's Cursillo #62 -
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Thanksgiving Mass for the National Encounter Sunday August 11 at 2pm Queen of the Apostles, AVOCA
Saturday, August 24, 2019 – St. Gabriel, Clarks Summit (9:30) - School of Leaders
Saturday, September 14, 2019 – St. Eulalia, Elmhurst (9:30) - School of Leaders
Saturday, October 12, 2019 – BVM, Tunkhannock (10:00) - School of Leaders
Saturday, November 23, 2019 - St. Matthew, E. Stroudsburg (9:30) - School of Leaders
Saturday, December 7, 2019 – Queen of Apostles. Avoca (9:30) - School of Leaders
Prayer for the Intercession and Beatification of Eduardo Bonin
O God, the dispenser of all graces and charisms, You granted your servant Eduardo Bonin Aguilo the grace of dedicating his whole life with humility and generosity to the work of the Cursillos in Christianity Movement as he traveled the Five continents proclaiming that God in Christ loves us. Grant us, through his intercession, the favor that we now implore Thee.
(Name the favor being requested)
Also grant us the grace of his beatification for your greater glory and the good of your Church that shines throughout the lives of its saints. We beg this of you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. AMEN
(At the end we pray the Lord's Prayer)