Cursillo Movement of the Diocese of Venice Florida
What is the Fourth Day?

Simply put, the fourth day begins just after the 3-day Cursillo weekend and lasts for the rest of the Cursillista's life.

Pope John Paul II gave a message to the Cursillo Movement in 2002, "Dear Cursillistas! Follow confidently the way of formation and Christian life that you have undertaken with so much generosity," and "Duc in Altum!]" [Go into the deep!]

So, how do we keep the momentum going after the amazing experience of the weekend?

The Cursillo Movement has several ways of keeping us focused, learning and evangilizing (or helping us with Piety, Study and Action).

All new Cursillistas are encouraged to immediately join or form a Group Reunion, also known as a Friendship Group.

We are invited to attend a monthly Ultreya, and strengthen our leadership by participating in the School of Leaders. Spiritual Direction is also recommended.
"You are the light of the world. A city set on a mountain cannot be hidden.
Nor do they light a lamp and then put it under a bushel basket; it is set on a lampstand, where it gives light to all in the house.
Just so, your light must shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your heavenly Father."
- Matthew 5:14-16
Finding a Group Reunion in the Diocese of Venice

First: Ask your sponsor, it is part of their responsibility to help you get started.

Second: Ask other Cursillistas at an Ultreya

Third: Check with the Post Cursillo Secretariat on the Contact Page of this Website.

Group Reunions (Friendship Groups)
Group Reunions consist of a weekly gathering of a small group of Cursillista friends who meet to discuss efforts in Study, Piety and Action and to encourage each other.
This meeting uses