I am the living bread that came down from heaven” – John 6:51

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This year’s 25th Eucharistic Congress launched our local Church into the National Eucharistic Revival—a three-year national movement called by the bishops of the United States to rekindle the fire of our eucharistic faith and to begin a new chapter of evangelization grounded in renewed eucharistic devotion, life and service.

This will be a three-year effort, starting with a diocesan year to focus especially on prayer, building awareness, and formation across the archdiocese. The second year—the parish year—will be an opportunity for parishes to engage the Revival more deeply through small groups and families.

The third year—the year of mission or sending—will be marked by a National Eucharistic Congress. More local resources will be coming soon, including a virtual Eucharistic conference later this year.

Check this page in the coming weeks for more information.

In the meantime, the bishops have offered a national website with information and resources

Mission: To renew the Church by enkindling a living relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist.

Vision: A movement of Catholics across the United States, healed, converted, formed, and unified by an encounter with Jesus in the Eucharist and sent out in mission “for the life of the world.”

How to get involved

The Revival is meant to spark a grassroots movement of Catholics, taking shape in and through families, small groups, apostolates, and parishes. Every Catholic is called to be involved—that means you!

Eucharistic Revival Missionaries

At the closing Mass for the 25th Eucharistic Congress, Archbishop Gregory J. Hartmayer commissioned Eucharistic Revival Missionaries for the parishes. These missionaries will act as liaisons between their parish and the wider Archdiocesan and National Eucharistic Revival efforts as a spark to prepare and ignite their individual parishes in Eucharistic devotion.

Talk to your Pastor about who the Eucharistic Revival Missionaries are in your parish and how you might be of support! If your parish does not have pastor-designated missionaries, it is not too late! Pastors can contact Monica Oppermann in the Office of Evangelization and Discipleship to begin the process.

Commit to Daily Prayer and the Priority of Sunday and the Sacramental Life

Additionally, Archbishop Hartmayer, in his closing remarks at the Eucharistic Congress, challenged all of us “to renew the priority of Sunday Mass and Sunday as the Day of the Lord in your families and households. If you can attend Mass more frequently during the week, do so. Set aside time for prayer each day. Where possible spend some time each week in adoration of our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament. And make regular confession a habit for you and your family. In these next several weeks and months, please pray that this Revival bear fruit for the Lord’s Church here in this archdiocese and across the country.”

Get involved by becoming a prayer partner, sharing your testimony, and asking the Holy Spirit to inspire you. Subscribe to become a Prayer Partner or share your testimony here.

Learn More about the Eucharist!

One way of growing more in personal Eucharistic devotion is exploring our Catholic eucharistic teaching. Fall more deeply in love with Jesus in the Eucharist by taking advantage of the free educational and inspirational content on the National Eucharistic Revival Resources page.

How to get involved

The Revival is meant to spark a grassroots movement of Catholics, taking shape in and through families, small groups, apostolates, and parishes. Every Catholic is called to be involved—that means you!

Eucharistic Revival Missionaries

At the closing Mass for the 25th Eucharistic Congress, Archbishop Gregory J. Hartmayer commissioned Eucharistic Revival Missionaries for the parishes. These missionaries will act as liaisons between their parish and the wider Archdiocesan and National Eucharistic Revival efforts as a spark to prepare and ignite their individual parishes in Eucharistic devotion.

Talk to your Pastor about who the Eucharistic Revival Missionaries are in your parish and how you might be of support! If your parish does not have pastor-designated missionaries, it is not too late! Pastors can contact Monica Oppermann in the Office of Evangelization and Discipleship to begin the process.

Commit to Daily Prayer and the Priority of Sunday and the Sacramental Life

Additionally, Archbishop Hartmayer, in his closing remarks at the Eucharistic Congress, challenged all of us “to renew the priority of Sunday Mass and Sunday as the Day of the Lord in your families and households. If you can attend Mass more frequently during the week, do so. Set aside time for prayer each day. Where possible spend some time each week in adoration of our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament. And make regular confession a habit for you and your family. In these next several weeks and months, please pray that this Revival bear fruit for the Lord’s Church here in this archdiocese and across the country.”

Get involved by becoming a prayer partner, sharing your testimony, and asking the Holy Spirit to inspire you. Subscribe to become a Prayer Partner or share your testimony here.

Learn More about the Eucharist!

One way of growing more in personal Eucharistic devotion is exploring our Catholic eucharistic teaching. Fall more deeply in love with Jesus in the Eucharist by taking advantage of the free educational and inspirational content on the National Eucharistic Revival Resources page.

More resources to come soon

Thank you for visiting, and please pray for the National Eucharistic Revival! Blessed Carlo Acutis, pray for us!

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