Attention all Cursillistas...
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Metuchen Cursillo Movement
welcomes you!

We invite you to consider
joining us on a
Cursillo Weekend.

We also host many events
for Cursillistas and friends.


Following is a list of
Special Events: 


Prayer and Fellowship June 29

National Encounter (Scranton PA)

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Annual Encounter With Christ

Christmas Party

Installation Ceremony

Women’s Weekend

Men's Weekend

Following are the dates for the upcoming weekends:  
Women: Nov 14-17, 2019

Men: Spring 2020 TBA
at the BLUE ARMY SHRINE in Asbury, NJ

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the application

Cursillo, (pronounced “kur-see-yo,”), is a Spanish word meaning “short course,” ---a short course in Christianity.  A Cursillo Weekend is an “Encounter with Christ.”  It is something which will strengthen your faith and bring you closer to Jesus. 

Come join us...

...for a weekend.

The Catholic Cursillo is open to baptized Catholics, 18 years of age or older.
If you wish to attend, apply through someone who has already made a Cursillo. The person through whom you apply is your sponsor. She or he will be responsible to assist you with any questions and in completing and filing this application. They will also assist you before, during and after you make your Cursillo. After you complete the application, return it to your sponsor. He or she will review and sign the application.  

The Cursillo is a blend of seriousness and lightheartedness, of spiritual exercises and conferences. Spiritual exercises include daily Mass, individual and group prayer, visits to the Blessed Sacrament and Reconciliation. There are meditations and conferences by priests and laypersons. During the conferences the candidates are urged to take notes. After each conference the cursillistas are divided in groups to discuss the talks and participate in a variety of activities.

There is a special Fourth Day GROUP REUNION for all new Cursillistas and Team Members on the second Saturday (or third, if it falls near Easter) after the Cursillo Weekend, from 9:00 AM to 12:00 noon. Please plan to attend this event.  

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