Dozens of Catholics from across the diocese made stops at three parishes in the eastern part of the diocese Aug. 4 for a eucharistic pilgrimage as part of the National Eucharistic Revival.
In love with the Lord: Eucharistic pilgrimage stops at three parishes
Bishop Kettler: Finding new opportunities to support youth, young adults
“Let’s challenge ourselves — as a diocese, ACCs and parishes — to think of ways to invite youth and young adults to participate in the planning of, and attendance at, revival-related events over these next few years.”
Eucharistic congress for Zomi Catholics is like a homecoming, says attendee
More than 1,000 members of the Zomi tribe gathered from around the United States for the third National Zomi American Eucharistic Congress, held in Indianapolis.
Bishop urges Catholic educators to see importance of the Eucharist
Bishop Daly, chairman of the U.S. bishops’ education committee, delivered a keynote address July 11, 2022, during the 10th annual national conference of the Institute for Catholic Liberal Education July 11-14 at The Catholic University of America in Washington.
‘Source and Summit Tour 2022’: DCCW sponsors eucharistic pilgrimage Aug. 4
The Diocesan Council of Catholic Women is sponsoring a pilgrimage Thursday, Aug. 4, to promote the National Eucharistic Revival.
Obispo Kettler: Metas para el Avivamiento Eucarístico
El Reavivamiento Eucarístico tiene cuatro objetivos principales que pueden ayudar a guiar a nuestra diócesis, comunidades católicas del área y parroquias a medida que avanzamos.
Bishop Kettler: Goals for the Eucharistic Revival
“The Eucharistic Revival has four main goals that can help guide our diocese, Area Catholic Communities and parishes as we move ahead.”
Catholics need better understanding of the Mass, pope says
The “sense of mystery” and awe Catholics should experience at Mass is not one prompted by Latin or by “creative” elements added to the celebration, but by an awareness of sacrifice of Christ and his real presence in the Eucharist, Pope Francis said.