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Sunday, May 18, 2014

FOR YOUR STUDY

The May, 2014 National Cursillo Newsletter has a wonderful article about the Methodology of Cursillo written by Michael Ciccocioppo. The newsletter can be found at http://www.cursillo.org/news/nmail0414.pdf.

You can watch a video version of Michael's talk at http://vimeo.com/73860904.

You can find a full archive of newsletters at  http://www.cursillo.org/news/ 

SIGN UP NOW FOR THE 2014 NATIONAL ENCOUNTER

Hoang Tran, National Cursillo Service Administrator, reminds us that the National Encounter is coming July 31st - August 3rd, 2014  at Chapman University, Orange, California. 

You can get full details about it at http://www.natl-cursillo.org/encounter/encounter.pdf

If you register before June 1 you will save $50. ($335 until June 1, $385 after June 1.)

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

FOCUS ON EVANGELIZATION

Jo Anne Henderson invites all to join the upcoming Evangelization Music Mission Come at St. William the Abbot on June 8th. Join us for an evening of music, testimony and sharing the stories behind the songs. The purpose of these concerts is to evangelize with music to inspire others to go out into the world and bring others to Christ.


Matthew Poole, Ministry of Catechesis and Evangelization for the Diocese of Trenton invites us to read the New Evangelization Newsletter, Issue 2 for May 2014. It can be found at:

Monday, May 5, 2014

WALKING THE CAMINO DE SANTIAGO WITH FATHER DAVE

Read a wonderful article from The Monitor regarding Father David Swantek and 13 of his Princeton University students walking the Camino de Santiago during Spring Break 2014.

Each of them did palanca Father Swantek said. "Each carried a pyx with names and intentions of classmates, alumni, relatives, (and) people of our Diocese in them.  They served as a physical, tangible reminder of how, when on pilgrimage, we carry others with us and offer up our suffering and prayers on their behalf.”

The article, Princeton University students devote recess to prayer on the TRENTON MONITOR at this LINK.