A Christian community in the Diocese of British Columbia
Cursillo BC
Cursillo 2016 - Team Meetings

June 11th, 2016 - Full Team meeting - St. Philip's, Cedar

September 17th, 2016 - Full Team meeting - to be determined

October 1st, 2016 - Full Team meeting - place to be determined

October 22nd, 2016 - - Full Team meeting - St. Andrew's, Sidney
Candidate Registration Forms for 2016 Cursillo Weekend are available here
What is Cursillo?
November 3rd through November 6th, 2016, at Camp Imadene, on Lake Mesachie, about an hour north of Victoria in the Cowichan Valley
Cursillo is a Spanish word meaning 'short course'. Cursillo de Cristiandad means 'short course of Christianity. When one speaks of Cursillo, it is usually describing a 3 day spiritual retreat which revives the spirit and rejuvenates the church. A Cursillo is an encounter with Jesus Christ.

"The Cursillo Movement is both a movement and a method. The purpose of the movement is to create small groups of Christians that will evangelize their environments with the gospel spirit. The purpose of the method is to help persons live what is fundamental for being a Christian by committing themselves to the spiritual aids the church offers in order to grow in holiness, formation and evangelization".(from the Cursillo Pilgrim's Guide)

The goal of Cursillo is the goal of the Church: to bring all to Christ. This is done when informed, trained leaders set out with the support of others having a similar commitment. It helps to renew and deepen Christian commitment. The goal of the Cursillo Movement is that Christ be the prime influence in society. So it is said the PRIMARY OBJECTIVES of the Cursillo Movement are to develop in adult Christians a consciousness of their ability and mission to become leaders in the work of Christian renewal, and to sustain them as they provide a Christian leaven in civic, social and economic life. This "Christianizing of environments" is what the Cursillo Movement is about.

Support Cursillo through Pre-Authorized Debit. see details here
For Cursillistas involved in Group Reunions (hopefully all of you!), the latest Group Reunion "card" can be found here
Co-Ed Weekend 2016