National Eucharistic Congress’ Advocate Raises Christ’s Presence

When Cande de Leon and his wife first married he remembers inviting another couple to their small southern California apartment for Thanksgiving dinner, and the look of terror on the guests’ seven-year-old son’s face during a pre-meal prayer, as if he witnessed some kind of ritual or chant

Students Educated Early on About the Real Presence

Educators in the Diocese of Brooklyn believe that teaching Eucharistic Adoration to children as young as a kindergartner starts them on a lifelong path of experiencing one-on-one connection with Christ.

Louisiana Boat Procession to Highlight Saints Known for Love of Eucharist

The annual Fête-Dieu du Têche in the Diocese of Lafayette takes place on the feast of the Assumption, Aug. 15, and this year’s 40-mile eucharistic procession by boat down the Bayou Têche coincides with the U.S. Catholic Church’s three-year National Eucharistic Revival now underway.

Minnesota Priest Named USCCB Specialist for Eucharistic Revival

Father Craig Vasek, a priest of the Diocese of Crookston, Minnesota, has been appointed as a specialist in the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Secretariat of Evangelization and Catechesis to help implement the multiyear National Eucharistic Revival.

Pew Research Report Sparked U.S. Bishops to Unveil Revival

The backstory of the National Eucharistic Revival planned by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) includes surprising statistics from a Pew Research Center study revealing beliefs on a subject at the heart of the Church’s mission.

Diocese Launches Eucharistic Revival

The Diocese of Brooklyn will be fully participating in the nationwide Eucharistic Revival, with a whole host of activities over the next three years leading up to the National Eucharistic Congress set to take place in Indianapolis in 2024.