Cursillo Movement of the Los Angeles Archdiocese

In the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, the Cursillo is offered in English, Spanish, Chinese, Filipino, Korean, Portuguese, and Vietnamese.

The English Cursillo weekend will take place at the Cursillo House in Pomona, CA.

History of the Cursillo Movement

Cursillos in Christianity (short course of Christianity) is an apostolic movement of the Roman Catholic Church. It was founded in Majorca, Spain by a group of laymen in 1944, lead by Eduardo Bonnin.

The Cursillo focuses on showing Christian lay people how to become effective Christian leaders over the course of a three-day weekend. The weekend includes fifteen talks, some given by priests and some by lay people. These talks are called “rollos”. In fuller sense, the Cursillo is an experience of people gathered into a small community by Christ to promote their growth in grace and to intensify their ability to be His witnesses in the world.

Cursillo Secretariat

Spiritual Advisor
Deacon Mike Hidalgo
Lay Director
Verant Sealey
Associate Lay Director
Fernando Torres
Patricia Ramos
Carmen Rulfo
Gus Duron
Marva Glean
Mary Ann Parra
School of Leaders
Randy Smith & Liz Aguilar
Frank Castro
Celebration and Fellowship
Michael & Frances Salsameda

If you have any questions or concerns please contact us: info@cursillo-losangeles.org