Cursillos in Christianity is a Catholic movement that was founded by a group of laymen in 1944 in Majorca, Spain. It is a Roman Catholic Church Movement recognized by the Holy See. Cursillo means “short course,” a name derived from its origin in Spain. In Cursillo, we experience short courses in Christianity. Eduardo Bonnín, one of the founders and pioneers of the movement, did not hesitate to take the initiative and bravely approach people to help them on their journey of faith. The principles that became his basic guidelines were the love of God, friendship and the person, especially those who are “faraway.” Eduardo, who passed away in 2008 at the age of 90, has been entered into the first act of the initiation process for Beatification and Canonization.