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The congress, which is the culmination of the National Eucharistic Revival — a three-year initiative by the U.S. bishops to inspire Eucharist belief — is expected to draw some 80,000 people.
Archbishop Gomez Calls for Evangelizing Response to Secular Age: ‘Holiness Has Always Been the Hidden Force in Human History’
FULL TEXT: Archbishop José Gomez of Los Angeles, the outgoing president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, addressed his fellow U.S. bishops on Nov. 15 at their annual fall assembly in Baltimore, underscoring: ‘What holds us together, what makes us one, is the Eucharist.’
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.
Encountering the Eucharist: How Colleges Around the Country Are Responding to the Eucharistic Revival
With hearts set aflame for the Eucharistic Lord, students adore Christ on campus.
For those who are not accustomed to talking about Christ in this way, Father Vasek says that’s a sign that something has been missing in the way Catholics practice their faith and pass it on to others.
Following Mass, the 20-minute walk passed Radio City Music Hall and Rockefeller Center to St. Patrick’s Cathedral on 5th Avenue on Oct. 11.
COMMENTARY: The challenge articulated by St. John XXIII at the opening of the Council, to help people today to grasp Jesus as the ‘center of history and life,’ was ultimately to help them ground themselves in the Word-made-flesh on the altar.