Cursillo Movement of the Archdiocese of Boston
The Cursillo method aims at helping to transform,
in a Christian way, the environments where people live and work through
the involvement of "new men and women" who have become such from their
encounter with Christ. This is a goal of the three day "little course" on Christianity;
in which a team of priests and lay people, supported by the prayer and sacrifices
of the movement's other members, communicated the fundamental truths of the Christian faith in an especially "living way."
Pope John Paul II, July 29, 2000
Boston Cursillo Morning of Prayer
What: Morning of Prayer using the scripture from John 20: 19-29.
When: Saturday, March 27, 9:15am -11:45am
Where: Over Zoom
Please join us on Zoom Saturday, March 27th starting promptly at 9:30am. Please sign in no later than 9:15am.
This is an event for our entire Cursillo Community as well anyone else who would like to join. Please feel free to invite someone who is interested in Cursillo or someone you think would enjoy the morning. "Make a friend, be a friend, bring a friend to Christ."
While our gathering will be on Zoom, we will still be joining together in song, prayer, and faith sharing. We are delighted to let you know that MaryAnn McLaughlin will lead us in prayer for the event. All are welcome.
Due to the virtual nature of our Morning of Prayer, we ask everyone to RSVP to email@example.com no later than Wednesday March 24th. The link will be sent to all who RSVP within 24 hours of the event.
For those who are new to Zoom, or still learning how it works, a link to the instructions is posted on our website. Instructions can also be emailed to anyone who requests them.
Come and Enjoy !
We hope our Morning of Prayer encourages us all ...
Come on! Ultreya! March Forward! These are the words of Saint Pope John Paul II to the Cursillistas at the World Ultreya in Rome in 2009. Ultreya! Come on, it's not far now! This is the message we share when we meet at our Ultreyas.
- To encourage each other in faith,
- To share lives in friendship,
- To live out Christianity within a community through a reunion, and
- To support each other in following the path of everyday life