THE FILIPINO CURSILLO TEAM
The St. Michael Cursillo Team is a community of Cursillistas who lived their Three Day Weekend and perseveres in their Fourth Day by attending the Weekly Group Reunion, Monthly Ultreya, and Diocesan Bimonthly Ultreya. Their Christian life is supported by prayers (PIETY), knowing more about God (STUDY), and their apostolate (ACTION). Members are deeply involved and committed in Parish ministries, liturgies and activities. SMP Team meets every Monday (except for Holidays) at the Collier Center from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM. Monthly Ultreya is held on every 1st Monday of the month, same place and time.
Their standing apostolate work include:
- Store Front Feeding every first Wednesday of the month whereby food is provided for run-away teenagers
- Rachel House Feeding every first Sunday of the following month
- Assigned visits on First Fridays Adoration from Midnight to 5:00 AM
Cursillos in Christianity is a movement of the Church that, through a method of its own tries to, and through God's grace manages to; enable the essential realities of the Christian to come to life in the uniqueness, originality, and creativity of each person. In becoming aware of their potential and while accepting their limitations they exercise their freedom by their conviction, strengthen their will with their decision, to propitiate friendship in virtue of their constancy in both their personal and community life.
The Cursillo Movement consists of proclaiming the best news of the best reality: that God, in Christ, loves us. Communicated by the best means, which is friendship towards the best of each one, which is his being person and his capacity of Conviction, Decision, and Constancy.
And what needs to be emphasized today, now, and immediately in order to be on the cutting edge of today's debate is to facilitate and make possible for every person to encounter oneself always and absolutely essential in order to be able to encounter God and others.
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