Cursillo Epiphany party held at St. Edward’s Saturday January 8, 2011. As I said in my Ultreya talk a couple years ago, getting together with our Cursillo friends is like coming together for a family reunion, except perhaps for the fancy nametags. We had the chance to catch up with many people who we consider family. We prayed together, ate together, danced, sang, laughed, talked, and cleaned up together.Kevin and I had a lot of fun at the annual
Everyone was grateful to see a few of the Cursillistas in attendance for whom we’ve been saying extra prayers as they went through surgery and began the process of recovery.
Victor and Cathy, who are the current co-chairs of the Central Virginia Cursillo Committee (CVCC) summarized this sentiment of how we are family in a recent blurb in our local newsletter the Rooster Review: "We take time out of our busy schedule to prepare meals for those who are sick or recovering from surgery. We share our hard earnings with those who find themselves in need of some financial support. We reach out to those who are in need of some emotional and spiritual support. We set aside time to pray for each other and celebrate our triumphs.
Remember, Christ is counting on us and we’re counting on Christ."
God bless you and De Colores,
Victor & Cathy Co-chairs of the CVCC
“Being Catholic is not a spectator sport"