EWTN's The Church Universal
"Cursillo, Its Origins, Mentality,
and Purpose" (broadcasted: Mar 8, 2015)

Cursillo Movement
Diocese of Lincoln, NE

Bishop James Conley (Bishop of Lincoln)

February 8, 2014
“The Cursillo Movement in the Diocese of Lincoln has my blessing and full support. For many, making a Cursillo retreat can be a trigger moment for a deeper conversion of life and a greater commitment to discipleship in the Lord. The Church is gifted with disciples from the Cursillo Movement who are true evangelists. As Pope Francis stated in Evangelii Gaudium, “Jesus wants evangelizers who proclaim the good news not only with words, but above all by a life transfigured by God’s presence” (EG 259). Cursillo retreats provide the opportunity for a heart to heart encounter with Christ, whose abundant love and mercy is transformative. Once transformed by a deep encounter with Christ, those involved in the Cursillo movement persevere in this grace through a life of prayer, regular participation in the Sacraments, and fidelity to the “fourth day.” The ready support of fellow Cursillo members and attendance at community reunions are a tremendous help as well. May God grant the Diocese of Lincoln many fruitful Cursillos and a great harvest of souls who have their hearts set on our Lord Jesus!”

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Upcoming Events

School of Leaders (SOL)
October 20, 2018

Rediscovering Cursillo Workshop

(coming in 2019 [maybe Feb])

Cursillo Region VI
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Southern Nebraska Register
May 22, 2015 article on
Cursillo celebrates 50 years
in the Lincoln Diocese

    A Method to

    Lay Leadership for Christ
    and His Church.

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    Christian Community.