Ultreya Announcements – January, 2021

1) Our next Virtual Ultreya is scheduled to take place on February 3, 2021. The Zoom Meeting ID and Passcode will be provided in your community email notifications. 2) After discussion with Leader School, we have decided to continue with our traditional Day of Reflection only in virtual format. This...

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Christmas Letter from Lay Director 2020

Fellow Cursillistas, How does one start to express the joy of this Christmas season after experiencing a year of uncertainty, restrictive change and disappointments? Writing this letter alone has been a challenging task as it has been through the wringer of my heart and soul for some time. The current...

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Ultreya Announcements – December, 2020

1) We wish to thank our volunteers who helped to make the December Ultreya happen. Now it’s your turn to get involved. We need your volunteer spirit to fill one of the following roles: Rector Scripture Reader, Palanca Reader Witness Speaker Witness Speaker backup These require little experience and you...

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Leadership Volunteers updated

Help keep our Community Alive Please consider seeking one of these opportunities. It is always a blessing, honor and privilege to serve God in any capacity in the Cum Christo Movement. Christ is counting on you. Webservant Role Position to be filled ASAP. Training can be provided. Role Summary: Maintain...

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Current Pandemic Situation

Update from Lay Director Fellow Cursillistas, June 28, 2020 There is one positive that I can attribute to the current Pandemic situation. It’s the recognition that some people decided to adapt to the situation rather than blame their troubles on the situation and sit in isolation. As an example, there...

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2020 Fall Weekends

Update from Lay Director May 28, 2020 Having talked with our Fall Weekend Rectors, who had discussions with their teams’ Spiritual Directors, it became apparent that they did not feel that the situation would improve to the level where they would feel safe enough to participate. Having discussed this situation...

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