‘Curiously, the prayer of adoration — we have lost it. We have lost it, and everyone — priests, bishops, consecrated men and women, laypeople — have to recover it. It’s to be in silence, before the Lord,’ Francis urged.
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The Vatican announced Quito, Ecuador, as the location for the event, which aims to give witness to the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist and to promote a better understanding of the liturgy and the Eucharist in the life of the Church.
Three-year Eucharistic Revival initiative will culminate with event in Indianapolis in 2024.
During a visit to Rome, the primate of Hungary discussed the recent Eucharistic Congress held in Budapest, the current threats to the West and the upcoming Synod on Synodality.
Now, 83 years after the first holding of the Catholic global event in Hungary, on the verge of World War II, Western societies are facing new political and social issues, while de-Christianization is reaching new heights.
COMMENTARY: A wonderful event that gave hope to hundreds of thousands of pilgrims in the heart of secularized Europe was unfortunately promoted by many as a ‘liberal’ Pope meeting an ‘illiberal’ prime minister.
Speaking to the Register during the International Eucharistic Congress in Budapest, American missionary Barbara Heil discusses her path of faith and highlights the need to recatechize the faithful worldwide.
The Register caught up with the on-the-move chaplain in Budapest, Hungary.
Pope Francis traveled to Budapest Hungary this weekend for the closing of the International Eucharistic Congress. The Register and EWTN covered the Congress live and Franciscan Missionary of the Word Father John Paul Mary joins me from Budapest. Then we turn to Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse from the Ruth Institute about a troubling, LGBTQ+ agenda driven back-to-school video issued by the Biden Administration.
‘Dear brothers and sisters, let us allow our encounter with Jesus in the Eucharist to transform us, just as it transformed the great and courageous saints you venerate,’ Pope Francis said in his homily in Hungary on Sept. 12.