Episcopal Cursillo
Diocese of Central New York
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In today's world can Christianity penetrate the many areas of secular life? Can
it live there? Can it grow there? Can it transform the world in a way that is
more powerful than the past and in keeping with the times?
The Cursillo movement thinks so.  It proposes no new type of spirituality, but
simply a method through which one's spirituality may be developed, lived,
and shared in any area of human life where there are Christians willing to
dedicate their lives to God in an ongoing manner.  The method is introduced
by a short course
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Weekend #56
May 4th - May 7th
2017
Casowasco Retreat Center
The Cursillo is an encounter with Christ.   Correctly applied and overseen, the
Cursillo Movement can have very positive results in the spiritual revitalization
of the world.  The Christ likeness in a few good people is contagious. The
transference of Christ's values to others in one's family, school, place of
business, etc., is the Christianizing of environments the Cursillo promotes.

The goal of the movement is that Christ be the prime influence in society.  
So it is said that the PRIMARY OBJECTIVES of the Cursillo Movement are to
develop in adult Christians a consciousness of their power and mission to
become leaders in the work of Christian renewal, and to sustain them as they
provide a Christian leaven in civic, social and economic life. This
"Christianizing of Environments" is what the Cursillo Movement is all about.
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Then the eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain where         
Jesus had told them to go.  When they saw him, they worshiped him;      
but some doubted.  Then Jesus came to them and said:   
                     
"All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me.                   
Therefore  go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in           
the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and           
teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely    
I am with you always, to the end of age."           
     Matthew 28:16