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Upcoming Events

Jacksonville Ultreya

Second Friday, 7pm

Assumption Catholic Church, Kohl's Hall

Jacksonville - Ultreya and School of Leaders

Second Monday, 7pm - Spanish

St Joseph's Catholic Church - Cory Center

Gainesville Ultreya

Second Friday, 6:00pm

Queen of Peace Catholic Church

Gainesville - Ultreya and School of Leaders

Third Monday, 7pm - Spanish

St Augustine Church - Catholic Student Center at UF

Lake City - Ultreya and School of Leaders

Last Friday of the Month, 7:30pm - Spanish

Epiphany Catholic Church, Epiphany Social Hall

Palm Coast Ultreya

Third Tuesday, 6:30pm 

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton - Russo Room

Fleming Island Ultreya

Third Thursday, 6pm 

Sacred Heart, Fleming Island- Activity Center

Jacksonville School of Leaders

Third Saturday, 9am to 11:30am

Assumption - Kohl's Hall

English Cursillo Weekends 

Spring 2024

Men's #134: April 11-14, 2024

Women's #132: April 18-21, 2024

Fall 2024

Men's #135: September 12-15

Women's #133: September 19-22

Spanish Cursillo Weekends

Men's #136: October 24-27, 2024

Women's #134: October 31-

November 3, 2024

4th Day/Welcome Ultreya

May 4, 2024

Day of Reflection

June 15, 2024, 10am to 2pm

Christ the King Catholic Church

Advent Memorial Mass and Ultreya

December 22, 2024  @ 2:30pm 

National Shrine of Our Lady of La Leche

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The Catholic Cursillo Movement in the Diocese of St. Augustine has been changing lives since 1974.  Take your time and visit the different pages of the website and learn about Cursillo now, and the history of Cursillo.  This website is how we keep in touch with all who have attended the 3 day weekend and want to become more involved.  You will also find many links to other web sites to help you increase your knowledge and love of your faith.  Come back often to see which events you may want to attend. 

Our Mission


Each individual lay person must stand before the world as a witness to the resurrection and life of the Lord Jesus and as a sign that God lives.  As a body, and individually, the laity must do their part to nourish the world with spiritual fruits (cf Gal. 5:22) , and to joyfully spread that spirit to encourage, support, and affirm those poor, meek, and peace keeping men and women the Lord in the gospel calls "blessed",  (cf Mt. 5:3-9).  In a word, "what the soul is to the body, let Christians be to the world: (Constitution on the Church # 38).

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