By now you may have gathered that Cursillista’s take every opportunity to gather together… and more often than not – food & drink is involved!

Ultreya is a medieval Spanish word which is associated with pilgrimages made (on foot) to the shrine of St. James at Compostela in Spain. It was a word of encouragement which one group of pilgrims would call to another. It conveys the meaning of “Keep going” or “press on to the end”. In Cursillo we also use it as the name of the larger gatherings of Cursillistas in the diocese.

We Pray, Sing, Eat, Drink, Chat, and Share with much love, colour and enthusiasm! Come and join us… we’d love to be a part of your extended church family! Get in touch by clicking here.

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