All Fourth Day members are encouraged to become involved in presenting a
    Cursillo Weekend.  A great way to prepare oneself for this endeavor is to regularly
    attend the School of Leaders meetings on the fourth Tuesday of each month at
    St. Petronille's in Glen Ellyn.

    Fourth Day members considering team participation should be prepared to
    commit to attending ten formation meetings which will be held at a time and place
    of the Rector/a's choosing.  Prospective team members must be actively
    participating in small group reunion.  New Cursillistas should be active in small
    group reunion for at least one year following their Cursillo weekend.

    Any questions should be directed to the Three-Day Co-Chairs:
    - Steve Jennrich
    - Mary Kay Jennrich



    The Joliet Cursillo operates (usually) four weekends a year in English, two for men
    and two for women.  The Weekends scheduled below will be held at the Carmelite
    Spiritual Center in Darien, IL (CSC).

    Attendance at a weekend requires an application and a sponsor. Applications and
    more details can be found here on the Pre-Cursillo tab.  (Applications are also
    available at the bottom of this page.)

    Weekends (in English) planned for 2017-19 are listed below.

    Weekends 2017
    - Women's 126th: Nov 16-19, 2017


    The Joliet Cursillo also operates two weekends a year in Spanish, one for men and
    one for women. For details, please contact Barb Linek, Lay Director for the
    Spanish Movement at blinek29@gmail.com

    Spanish Weekends 2017-18
    - to be determined

    These Weekends are held at the following location:
       (C) Casa Mariana
    6336 S. Kilbourn Ave.
    Chicago, IL 60629 [Map]

    Upcoming Weekends





    Please print and mail applications to:
    Cursillos in Christianity, Joliet Diocese
    P.O. Box #4247
    Lisle, IL 60532
    Cursillo Applications
    Serving on a Weekend Team
Joliet Cursillo ~ P.O. Box 4247 ~ Lisle, IL 60532
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