"Ultreya" is Spanish for "onward!" Our use of the term Ultreya developed as part of Cursillo when the founders of the Cursillo Movement were going on the first pilgrimage over 70 years ago, in 1944. While climbing the steep hills of Majorca Spain, they used to shout "Ultreya" to encourage each other to continue onward.
And so we use that term to describe the Cursillo community coming together to encourage all of us who have made Cursillo to continue, to persevere in our Christian life as apostles of Jesus. In this Diocese, the Ultreya is a monthly gathering of anyone who has made a Cursillo, whether here in the Diocese of Palm Beach, or anywhere else. The Ultreya is intended to encourage and affirm each of us in our Fourth Day.
Ultreya is currently held the second Friday of each month at 6:30 PM at St. Andrew Catholic Church in Stuart, in the church.
Ultreya is currently held the third Saturday of each month at 7:00 PM at St. Rita Catholic Church in Wellington, in the parish hall.