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Cursillo World Organization Chart and current Chief Executives

To co-ordinate its development, the Cursillo Movement has come up with the following structure. The role of the International structures (OMCC with its 4 International Groups) and of the National Secretariats is to provide services of communion, communication and coordination. Diocesan Secretariats are autonomous and the first authority in the Cursillo Movement is the diocesan bishop.

 

 

 

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International
Groups

Click the name of the Group to find its
current
leaders

 

 

 

National Secretariats

Countries listed at the right are divided by geographic area covered by International Groups, but not all countries are officially members of their International Group

fleches
Argentina
Bolivia
Brazil
Chile
Columbia
Costa Rica
Dominican R.
Ecuador
El Salvador
Guatemala
Honduras
Mexico
Nicaragua
Panama
Paraguay
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
Australia -En
Australia -Vi
CNMI (Mariana - Saipan)
Guam
Hawaii
India
Japan (Okinawa-Military)
Korea
Philippines
Samoa-USA

Singapore
Sri Lanka
Taiwan-China
Thailand
Vietnam in Diaspora

 

Antigua
Barbados
Canada -En
Canada -Es
Canada -Fr
Cuba
Dominica

Grenada
Guyana
Jamaïca
Montserrat

Puerto Rico
St Lucia

St Vincent
Trinidad
USA-En
USA-Es
USA-Vi
USA-Fi
USA-Ko

Austria
Belgium
Benin
Burkina Faso
Croatia
Czech Rep.
Equat. Guinea

France
Germany
Gibraltar
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Netherlands
Portugal
Romania
Slovakia
South Africa
Spain
Switzerland
Togo
Un. Kingdom, England & Wales

 

 

 

 

logo OMCC (Organismo Mundial de Cursillos de Cristiandad)

The World Organization of the Cursillo Movement changes its seat location every four years.
From 1998 to 2001, it was located in Germany, a country belonging to the EWG (European Working Group).
From 2002 to 2005, it moved to Brazil, a member of the GLCC (Latin-american Group).
From 2006 to 2009, the seat has been in the United States, as designated by the GANG (North American Carribean Group).
From 2010 to 2013, Australia represented the 4th International Group, GAP (Asia-Pacific Group)

In 2013, the GET (European Group) has chosen to direct PORTUGAL OMCC of 2014-2017 following the current Executive.:

President
Francisco Manuel Salvador - omcc.portugal@gmail.com
Spiritual Advisor
Pe. Francisco Senra Coelho - padresenra@gmail.com
Vice-president
Joaquim Luis Santos Mota - omcc.vicepresident@gmail.com
Secretary
Rosa Maria Raimundo (Romy) - omcc.secretary@gmail.com
Treasurer
Fausto Jorge C. Dâmaso - omcc.treasurer@gmail.com
  Màrio Oliveira Bastos - omcc.charism@gmail.com

 

 

GLCC - Latin-American Group
Venezuela is the current the coordinating country for the 2014-2017 term.
President
Jesùs Maria Clemente
Vice President
Ennio Torres
Spiritual Advisor
P. Angel Yvàn Rodriguez
Secretary
Idalia Lòpez
Treasurer
Felipe Vanososte
Member
Francisco Valery

 

 

GECC - European Group
Spain is the current coordinating country for the 2014-2017 term.
President

Alvaro Martinez Moreno - amm@uco.es

Spiritual Advisor
P. Manuel Hinojosa Petit - manuelmariahunojosa@telefonica.net
Vice President
Maria Dolores Negrillo Martinez - marilolinegrillo@gmail.com
Secretary
Lisa Ortin Katnich - Tel. +34 968 931 463
Treasurer

Francisco Sanz - maquiypaco@gmail.com

 

 

NACG - North American and Caribean Group
The 2014-2017 executive committee of the North American and Caribean Group is composed of:
President
Felipe Vanososte- fvcs@gmail.com
Spiritual Advisor
P. Angel Yvan Pineda- angelyvan@gmail.com
Vice-president
Francisco Valery- franklourdes@gmail.com
Secretary
Idalia de Castro- idalia.lopez@gmail.com
Treasurer
Jesus Maria Clemente- jesusmariaclemente@gmail.com
Member
Ennio Torres- ennioti@yahoo.com

 

 

APG - Asia Pacific Group
South Korea is the current coordinating country for the 2014-2017 term.
President

John Bosco YooShik SHIM

Spiritual Advisor
Rev Amatus Im Duk-II - Tel. 82 10 5229 2464
Vice-president
Agnes HwaYoung KIM
International Affairs
Joanna SoonJoo LEE