Three-year Eucharistic Revival initiative will culminate with event in Indianapolis in 2024.
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On Nov. 17, the U.S. Catholic bishops voted to advance on the local level the causes of beatification and canonization for Servants of God Charlene Marie Richard, Auguste Robert Pelafigue and Joseph Dutton.
The effort is set to officially launch with diocesan Eucharistic processions around the country on June 22 for the Solemnity of Corpus Christi.
The bishops voted to include her feast day as an optional memorial that could be celebrated in the Mass on Sept. 5, the anniversary of St. Teresa of Calcutta’s death.
The gathering opened with speeches by papal nuncio Archbishop Christophe Pierre and USCCB president Archbishop Jose Gomez of Los Angeles, as well as the election of several conference committee chairmen.
Since his term began as president of the U.S. bishops’ conference in 2019, the archbishop has had to face squabbles among the episcopacy, the fallout from the McCarrick Report, a scandal within conference administration and his disgraced predecessor in Los Angeles inserting himself into the public eye.