The Year of the National Eucharistic Congress and Missionary Sending 2024-25 is the third and final year of the U.S. bishops’ National Eucharistic Revival.
Registration opens Feb. 15 for 2024 National Eucharistic Congress
‘A love that’s like breathing’
Anne McCarney shares her story of faith and love for the Eucharist.
Eucharist-themed ‘BREAD Talks’ are coming to a brewery near you
Beginning in January, the diocese’s Eucharistic Revival initiative is hosting “BREAD Talks” in each of the diocese’s five area deaneries, each at a different brewery.
Mary Marrocco: All is given, all is received
“When we suffer the death of a beloved person, can we also live in a small way the commandment: ‘Do this in memory of me’? Give all, give your blood, your flesh, in releasing this person you love and long to hold onto, letting only God hold your beloved.”
Bishop Kettler: A Thanksgiving celebration beyond compare
“In this month of Thanksgiving, let us reflect in a special way on all of the blessings we receive in our lives and all that we are grateful for. And let us reflect more deeply on the gift of the Eucharist and its power to transform our lives and the lives of all whom we encounter.”
Ask Father Tom: ‘My sacrifice and yours’
“At the core of the Eucharist is the sacrifice of Christ. The Revival reminds us that sacrifice is also the pattern of our discipleship.”
Joining forces: Fostering a strong connection between synodality, Eucharistic Revival
“Focusing on encountering Jesus, the role of listening is at the heart of this movement. How can we prepare and open ourselves to him? How can we reflect the love he shares with us with others?”
Bishop Cozzens says Eucharistic Revival seeks to start ‘fire’ of renewal
The first of three Eucharist-themed Regional Ministry Gatherings kicked off Oct. 5 at Our Lady of Victory Church in Fergus Falls with Crookston Bishop Andrew Cozzens giving the keynote presentation.