CLICK HERE for Exeter Diocesan Cursillo Fourth Day Programme
Individuals 'make' their Cursillo by attending a three day residential week-end which begins on a Thursday evening and ends on Sunday afternoon. During these three days those attending live and work together. Talks are given by different people, both lay and ordained, on subjects ranging from Ideal, Grace, and Obstacles to Grace, through to The Life of Prayer, Study, Action, Lay People in the Church, Sacraments, and The Christian Community. The talks lead to lively discussion in small groups. Learning, praying, sharing, singing, laughing and living together is the basis for discovering what it means to say, "We are the body of Christ."
Exeter Cursillo web-site
Cursillo is administered by a Secretariat
under the leadership of a Lay Director and Spiritual Director.
Bishop Michael writes: Cursillo is an important resource for the Church, working in a diocese with the permission of, and under the direction of, its Bishop. From my own personal experiences I know just how helpful it can be in enabling people to grow in their Christian Faith and discipleship. The Cursillo three-day pilgrimage is not a course in Christian basics but an opportunity for people of faith to broaden their understanding, deepen their spirituality and to discover and use their God-given gifts for mission and ministry. It exists to provide support and encouragement for people as they take a positive role in church life and as they work and witness for Christ in their personal lives and in the civic, social and economic life of their own communities.
If you would like more information
or an application form,
Alison Crozier tel.01803 752618
® Regd. US Pat. Office
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