Archbishop-of-CanterburyThrough Cursillo the love of God is experienced afresh, an experience which draws us into prayer and compassionate action. Because of this, Cursillo is a much needed instrument for the renewal of the life of the Church today, and one for which I give thanks.
Archbishop of Canterbury, The Most Rev’d Justin Welby

Primus-of-Scottish-Episcopal-ChurchIn our Eucharist, we pray that we may be ‘kindled with the fire of your love’. Cursillo is a way of bringing that experience into the hearts of people. I commend it to you.
Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, The Most Rev’d David Chillingworth

Archbishop-of-YorkCursillo is about making disciples; it transforms people’s lives and empowers them for service. Cursillo is active in most Dioceses of this Province, for which I praise God.
Archbishop of York, The Most Rev’d John Sentamu

Archbishop-of-WalesDeveloping the Mission of the Church is always a priority. To do this, individuals and parishes need to be challenged to grow in faith, to develop their individual vocations as ministers of the Gospel of Christ. The right resources are crucial in helping them to do this. The Cursillo Movement has, for over 50 years, been a leader in personal and parish spiritual development and makes an invaluable contribution to this work. I warmly commend Cursillo to you.
Archbishop of Wales, The Most Rev’d Barry Morgan