The National Eucharistic Revival officially began on Corpus Christi Sunday, June 19. The Revival is a three-year initiative sponsored by the USCCB to form, heal, convert and unite the People of God through a renewed encounter with Jesus in the Eucharist and then to send them out to a hurting and hungry world. The Revival’s focus on formation and missionary discipleship begins at the grassroots level in individual parishes and dioceses along with other Catholic institutions:
- Year One is the Year of Diocesan Revival in which U.S. bishops respond to the Lord’s personal invitation and empower their priests and parish leaders to host events with a Eucharistic focus.
- Year Two is planned as the Year of Parish Revival. Individual pastors will engage their staff and parishioners with community-specific activities and events to better understand and enter more deeply into the Paschal Mystery through the celebration of the Mass, and extended opportunities for Adoration and Reconciliation.
- Year Three will be the Year of the National Eucharistic Congress and Missionary Sending and commences with a National Eucharistic Congress set to take place July 17-21, 2024, in Indianapolis.
Cardinal Cupich Articles and Resources
News and Events
- A Eucharistic Revival that Renews the Church (Chicago Catholic)
- A Eucharistic Revival that Renews the Church: Part II (Chicago Catholic)
- A Eucharistic Revival that Renews the Church: Part III (Chicago Catholic)
- A Eucharistic Revival that Renews the Church: Part IV (Chicago Catholic)
- A Eucharistic Revival that Renews the Church: Part V (Chicago Catholic)
- Recovering the Essential Connection between the Resurrection and the Eucharist
- National Eucharistic Revival kicks off in the archdiocese (Chicago Catholic)
- Eucharistic preachers seek to inspire the faithful to encounter Jesus (Chicago Catholic)
Fr. Connor Danstrom reflects on the beauty of the Funeral Mass he offered for his grandmother.
Draw Close to Jesus - Sr. Alicia Torres, FE