This category is the umbrella category for all organizations that have their roots (however distant)in the Cursillo (kur-SEE-yo) movement of the Roman Catholic Church. Cursillo began on the island of Mallorca, Spain. The cursillo of January 7, 1949 is usually considered to be the first actual cursillo. Cursillo de Christianidad is the full name of cursillo and means a "short course" in Christianity. All cursillo derived organization's purpose is to equip and inspire Christian lay leaders to be servant leaders in their churches and to evangelize their environments (such as work, home, and community). For additional information on the various movements, please see http://cursillos.ca/en/expansion.htm
Features links to various renewal ministries, palanca request list, and history of the individual movements.
Maryland. Features news, calendar, and community information.
Catholic-led, Christian-based retreat designed for college-aged students from Texas A&M University and Blinn College in Bryan. Includes calendar, history, and staff applications.
Features newsletter, contact information, and forms.
Includes applications, calendar, newsletters, and secretariat.
For people with and without physical disabilities and follows the Emmaus program closely. Includes history, contact information, and calendar.
Montana. Features history, application, and ultreya information.
Indiana. Provides history, news, events, and contacts.
Features newsletters, upcoming events, and forms.
Formerly NCNY Walk to Emmaus. Features history, news, events, and applications.
Organization based in Columbus, Ohio whose purpose is to equip Christians with the tools to bring faith alive where they live and work. Includes calendar, history, news and events.
Extensive directory of 4th day communities. Also provides information on a variety of movements derived from the Cursillo Movement.
Reno, Nevada. Includes applications, member directory, calendar, and contacts.
Patterned after Walk to Emmaus and Cursillo. Includes events, applications, and history.
Directory of renewal movement communities.
Lists history, contact information, and events.
Baptist community in Bartlett, Tennessee holding interdenomination weekends. Includes history, applications, and events.
New York. Youth renewal movement. Features news, calendar, and forms.
For young adult Catholics 18-27 years of age. Includes schedule and application.
Kansas City area. Features forms, events, and community information.
Christian spiritual retreat for developmentally challenged adults that is based upon the Cursillo model. Includes forms, history, and upcoming events.
Interdenominational movement under the direction of the Catholic Diocese of Corpus Christi, Texas. Features events, history, and applications.
Includes events, map, and prayer requests.
Ecumenical cursillo in California. Includes calendar, forms, and community information.
Snyder, Texas area. Features newsletter, calendar, reunion groups, and application form.
Includes events, applications, contacts, and community information.
3 day Christian weekends involving members of churches in Kansas City and surrounding communities.
Canada. Includes information about cursillo, forms, and schedule of events.
Features news, applications, and upcoming events.
Youth and young adult movement for ages 16 - 24. Features contacts and community information.
Retreat movement for youth, run by youth. The focus of Challenge is in the post-weekend support. Includes history, applications, news, and events.
Features forms, calendar, contacts, and team pages.
Presents events, forms, ultreyas, and contacts.
Formerly Eastern Washington Walk to Emmaus. Features events, contacts, and news.
Interdenominational renewal movement in Minnesota. Includes weekends, newsletter, and history.
Encyclopedia article with description and history.
Discussion group for all who have been on a three day renewal weekend.
Discussion of Cursillo, Emmaus, and other 3 day spiritual renewal retreats. Home of the Cursillo mailing list.
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