In the Diocese of Brooklyn, three different charismatic movements that are popular among Hispanic Catholics — the Neocatechumenal Way, the Cursillo and the Jornadas — are giving people something different to keep them inside the church…
Regardless of the weather on Holy Saturday, whether the clouds pour rain or the skies remain clear, one can expect hundreds of members of the Movimiento de Jornadas de Vida Cristiana (Jornadas) to make their evangelizing presence known throughout the streets of Brooklyn or Queens during their annual Way of the Cross or Caminata.
The diocesan Cursillo Movement will have its Ultreya de Campo at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa in Doylestown, Pa., on Saturday, June 9.
On a solemn and early Holy Saturday along the empty streets of Williamsburg, emerged hundreds of Latino youth and young adults outside Transfiguration parish. They were assembling into the line of march on Marcy Ave. to display their faith in full force at the Caminata 2018.
The Cursillo Movement has reached a new milestone in its 50-year history in Brooklyn and Queens. It recently held its 700th weekend for men and the 701st for women.
This week’s Tablet TALK features iPad learning in diocesan schools, a Woodside woman marking 50 years in the Catholic Daughters of America, details on an upcoming Diocesan Ultreya and much more.
Draw closer to Christ this fall at a Cursillo weekend. A Women’s Cursillo is coming up in Bayshore, L.I., this November.
Every June, The Ultreya de Campo, organized by El Cursillo de Cristiandad, offers an opportunity to step away from the city hustle and travel to the countryside to enjoy a day praying with our brothers and sisters in Christ.
The diocesan Cursillo Movement hosts its annual Ultreya de Campo at the Graymoor Spiritual Life Center, Garrison, N.Y., on June 10
This week’s Tablet TALK is full of invitations to galas supporting special education and pro-life resources, a Cursillo for women, a family-friendly Lenten event and an opportunity to see a Grammy-award winning men’s chorus.