Parish Resources

Spiritual renewal begins with a profound and personal authentic encounter with Jesus Christ. This encounter—which can occur through any event, person, prayer or circumstance in which Jesus reveals his presence—is deepened and fulfilled in the Eucharist.

As Cardinal Cupich reminds us, “In the gift of the Eucharist, Jesus left his disciples with a way to enter into the mystery of his life, death and resurrection.” The following resources are offered to help individuals and parish communities enter into that mystery, drawing closer to Christ in the Eucharist and living from it as missionary disciples.

ALL Sessions Now Available in Spanish

Perfect for both parish-wide gatherings and small group faith dialogue, the Remain in Me series helps facilitate a process of encounter, understanding, and response to Christ’s abiding presence in the Eucharist. Based on Cardinal Cupich’s Take, Bless, Break, Share: A Strategy for Eucharistic Revival, each reflection session unpacks one of five central themes of our sacramental and liturgical lives through engaging video content, Scripture, prayer, individual reflection, small group discussion and personal testimony.

Remain in Me

This facilitator’s guide is available to help parish leaders and volunteers use Remain in Me in your parish, this series tutorial recording from the Office of Lifelong Formation walks through the facilitator guide and the format of the presentations.

This resource was developed by the Office of Lifelong Formation and the Office of Divine Worship. For questions on parish implementation, please contact Deborah Breakey at [email protected].