A 2019 Pew Research Center study showing just three out of 10 Catholics understand and believe in the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist.
New York Eucharistic Congress invites 10,000 pilgrims to encounter Jesus Christ on ‘holy ground’
At the consecration, my kids had something to say to Jesus
With childlike faith and full hearts, Jesus wants us to be with Him in the Blessed Sacrament.
What are you reading for Lent? Local Eucharistic Revival team members weigh in
The Central Minnesota Catholic asked members of the local Eucharistic Revival teams to weigh in on what they will be reading this Lenten season. Here is a sampling of their responses.
First of five ‘BREAD Talks’ provides spiritual nourishment for multitude gathered
There was no shortage of emotions pulsing through the crowd of 150-plus Jan. 5 at The Main Gate in Little Falls for the first of a series of five BREAD Talks, designed by the local Eucharistic Revival team.
In address, outgoing USCCB president focuses on concern for secularism
The challenge for those ministering in this moment, he said, “is how to maintain some kind of perspective” in a “noisy, distracted media culture.”
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.”
Bishop of Trenton, N.J., issues catechetical series on the Eucharist
In the preface to the five-part series, he said his purpose was to “re-present the Catholic Church’s understanding of the Holy Eucharist as the Lord Jesus Christ’s own Body and Blood.”