Welcome to the National Cursillo Movement

Cursillos in Christianity: What is it?

Cursillos in Christianity is a Movement which, by its own Method, attempts from within the Church, to give life to the essential Christian truths in the singularity, originality and creativity of the person. Learn More »

2017 National Encounter – 60th Anniversary of Cursillo

The National Encounter will be held on July 27-30, 2017 at Trinity University in San Antonio, TX. Bishop Francisco Senra Coelho, OMCC Spiritual Advisor, will deliver the keynote address.

It is expected to be a fully packed National Encounter as we celebrate the 60th Anniversary of Cursillo in the United States. Come meet Cursillistas from the First 3-Day Cursillo held in the United States in 1957! See you there – Bring a friend!  Bring your Group Reunion and your Ultreya! Bring your Spiritual Advisor!

View slideshow and workshop sessions of 2016 National Encounter.


cdc-picCursillo de Cursillos

Simply stated, Cursillo de Cursillos (CDC) is a course on the truth and simplicity of the Foundational Charism of Cursillo. Make the decision to attend one in your local region. Allow the Charism of Cursillo to form you, inform you, and transform you…



Eduardo Bonnín Aguiló

An Apprentice Christian

Founder of Cursillos in Christianity
1917 – 2008

The first step in the process for Beatification and Canonization of Eduardo began in Mallorca, Spain on February 5, 2015. The National Secretariat invites you to join them in prayer for Eduardo’s canonization into the Sainthood of the Church. View prayer card

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The Cursillo Resource Center (CRC) is designed to provide resources and information about the Charism of the Cursillo Movement.

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Are you looking for 3-Day Weekend and Team Formation materials?  These items are available for cursillistas to purchase.

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The Cursillo Movement is to proclaim the best news of the best reality: that God in Christ loves us.  Communicated by the best means that is friendship.

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