6 things to expect at the National Eucharistic Congress

With less than a month to go, more than 40,000 Catholics have registered for the National Eucharistic Congress, the pinnacle of the U.S. bishops' National Eucharistic Revival. Organizers expect the July 17-21 congress, held in Indianapolis, to be a watershed moment, igniting

The ultimate guide to the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage

There are hundreds of opportunities for Catholics to join the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage for Mass, adoration, processions and other events. However, casually meeting up with perpetual pilgrims along the four routes may be trickier, and is even prohibited along certain sections of

Video on the Eucharist and Christ’s sacrifice goes viral

Father Jonathan Meyer and Dominican Father Patrick Hyde have experienced great joy in speaking to people across the country about the Eucharist.

Nearly two years ago, the two priests who serve in the Indianapolis Archdiocese were selected by the U.S. Conference of Catholic

‘A world on fire with crises’ needs the Eucharist

Speakers at the 19th annual National Catholic Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C. focused, first and foremost, on the National Eucharistic Revival and encountering the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. Citing a world on fire with various crises, speakers pointed to

Artists are invited to enter this special sacred art competition

Ahead of the 10th National Eucharistic Congress, artists nationwide are invited to enter a “National Eucharistic Art Competition.” Emphasizing the relationship between art and faith, the National Eucharistic Revival team, in partnership with St. Edmund’s Sacred Art Institute on Enders Island in

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