The Eucharist is not only about the transformation of bread and wine into the blood and body of Jesus but “how people are being transformed, how each one of our lives are being changed as a result,” said Cardinal Cupich.
Being next to Eucharist ‘felt like truly a blessing,’ says young Catholic
Seek nourishment, satisfaction in Eucharist, pope says
When received with faith, the Eucharist not only nourishes and satisfies one’s hunger for consolation and love, but gives Christians the strength to nourish others, Pope Francis said.
Detroit Archdiocese, Hallow app launch campaign to share power of Eucharist
The I AM HERE campaign includes a website and social media channels featuring stories of individuals whose lives have been impacted by eucharistic adoration, as well as a series of free audio meditations on the Hallow app to help people pray in front of the Blessed Sacrament.
Understanding the Eucharist: Take and Eat, Take and Drink
In the Eucharist, Christ gives us the very body which he gave up for us on the cross, the very blood which he has “poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins.”
Eucharistic processions on feast of Corpus Christi will launch revival
Belief in the Real Presence in the Holy Eucharist is waning among professed Catholics, and the U.S. bishops are trying to do something about it.
Deacon who once was lost helps youth, families find grace of the sacraments
Deacon John Wocken talks about his spiritual journey to the diaconate and his hopes for the National Eucharistic Revival.
Local team sheds light on National Eucharistic Revival
“My greatest hope is that the Eucharistic Revival has as its core energy our meeting people where they are and walking with them in meeting the Lord anew as well as we are able,” said Crosier Father Kermit Holl.
Invitations from others encouraged Paynesville parishioner’s love of the Eucharist
“I think that Jesus has really worked on my heart through these many years,” said Kim Flannigan.