Ultreya! (Ull-tray’-uh) - It’s an expression you learn when you go on a Cursillo weekend. It comes from a medieval Spanish word (spelling was certainly different) and it means Onward!
People who’ve gone on a Cursillo weekend use the term Ultreya to mean a reunion – a group gathering that includes a bunch of people who’ve all “made” a Cursillo weekend, as well as inviting anyone who’s interested in Cursillo… as well as anyone interested in just getting together with a bunch of nice church friends! Therefore, an Ultreya is a good excuse for getting together around our faith and sharing some good food, too!
Cursillo Commission members from the diocese will be here; we’re inviting everybody to come. Potluck dinner at 5:00 p.m., with a chicken and a vegetarian entrée provided.