The three-year initiative, “Eucharistic Revival: My Flesh for the Life of the World,” proposes to invite U.S. Catholics of all ages to become part of a national movement “to renew the Church by enkindling a living relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist.”
U.S. Bishops consider plans for eucharistic revival
Theology 101: We are made for communion with God
The Eucharist helps the faithful view the world through a Catholic lens.
The Eucharist and the fullness of faith
Our Catholic faith demands that we live in the tensions that constitute the fullness of truth. This demand applies to the understanding of faith, as it is also a multi-dimensional reality.
Marriage: The love of Christ made visible
In “Amoris Laetitia,” Pope Francis teaches that the sacrament of marriage is not merely a “thing” or an impersonal power. It is an encounter with the person of Jesus who strengthens, heals and walks with the couple in their life together (No. 73).
Sacrament of holy orders: At the service of communion
Over the course of 2,000 years, the church has canonized myriad bishops, priests and deacons, but what is common to all of them is their path to holiness was marked by a unique sacrament: holy orders.
Sacrament of the sick: Amazing grace
Anointing a sick person with the oil of healing and peace petitions God to strengthen, comfort, encourage and even heal the person.
Sacrament of reconciliation: A regular cleaning of your soul
Perhaps we need to all grow in our understanding of the sacrament of reconciliation.
Understanding the Eucharist: The Body of Christ
The Eucharist unites and calls for ways to reach out to others; it is being in communion with the Lord and with others who are also with the Lord.