We are on the verge of our very first diocesan Eucharistic Congress on April 6.
Eucharistic congresses are a sign of communion with the universal Church.
A large-scale celebration of the Eucharist is a reminder of the universality of the Church and the great gift we are given in the body and blood of Christ.
“The Real Presence defies our sensibility ... making Christ’s presence tangible and available to us.”
Receiving the Eucharist with the right disposition of gratitude involves embracing and living a sacramental lifestyle.
The point of having a synod is to examine the ways that we are and are not walking together.
I am not a Christian because I think I’m good at it; I’m a Christian because it’s true.
We must never forget that the beautiful communicates the divine.
Inspiring belief in the Real Presence requires not only a movement of the mind, but conversion of the heart.
The National Eucharistic Revival is working towards evangelizing Catholics on the summit of our faith: the Real Presence in the Eucharist.
Mary is our link to Christ’s sacrifice through the Incarnation.
The Eucharist calls us to serve the Lord and one another. Christ’s humility invites us to strive for humility ourselves.
Exploring the connection between the Eucharist and our understanding of the Church
Stewardship is not simply about giving gifts — it is about being a gift.
Advent and Christmas are seasons where we often see the best of human attitudes and intentions.
There are bright spots in our society that we turn to for inspiration.
The Mass is the highest form of Christian worship and calls forth our active participation.
By making his self-offering in the context of a meal, Jesus brings his sacrifice home to us.
These also are the words of consecration, and there is a reason they are repeated at every Mass.
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops have been discussing an exciting pastoral initiative.
“I work for Jesus.” Those were the sentiments of Poor Clare Sister Briege McKenna as she spoke at the ninth Marian Eucharistic Conference in late 2021.
What happens to His Body and Blood?
The origin of this great feast was the result of an early eucharistic miracle.
El origen de esta gran fiesta fue el resultado de un milagro eucarístico temprano.