Join John-Henry Westen at the Traditional Eucharistic Revival in Indianapolis July 19

Join LifeSiteNews CEO John-Henry Westen and other speakers to celebrate the solemn Traditional Latin Mass, adore Christ, and discuss how to restore Eucharistic faith through reverence. On Friday, July 19, LifeSiteNews is sponsoring a Traditional Eucharistic Revival at Victory Field in Indianapolis, with speakers including John-Henry Westen, Michael Hichborn, Father James Altman, and Father Jeffrey … Read more

What’s Missing in the Eucharistic Revival

The idea of a national Eucharistic revival is a great thing. We can and should emphasize the Eucharist, the “source and summit” of the Catholic faith (Sacrosanctum Concilium 11, 14). We can and should bear witness to our faith that the Eucharist truly is the presence of Christ, and everything that presence means. But there … Read more

Why US Catholics are Planning Pilgrimages in Communities Across the Nation

A long-planned series of Catholic pilgrimages has begun across the United States this weekend, with pilgrims embarking on four routes before converging on Indianapolis in two months for a major gathering focusing on Eucharistic rites and devotions. The National Eucharistic Pilgrimage is beginning with Masses and other events in California, Connecticut, Minnesota and Texas. A … Read more

Will There be a Eucharistic Revival?

Why invest so much time, personnel, and money into a form of Eucharistic Revival and a National Eucharistic Congres that cannot achieve its stated purposes? My mother said, “If you don’t want people to read it, then don’t write it down.” What if you didn’t write something down because you didn’t think that it needed … Read more

14 Simple Steps To Eucharistic Revival

Last year, the US bishops’ conference launched a four-year program aimed at a National Eucharistic Revival, designed to “restore understanding and devotion to this great mystery here in the United States” with a budget of $28 million. Catholic commentator Phil Lawler has recently suggested 14 practical steps the bishops could take to accomplish this objective … Read more

Cupich Restricts Eucharistic Adoration

The Archdiocese of Chicago is expected to restrict the exposition of the Eucharist during a national Eucharistic pilgrimage that will traverse the Chicago region next year, ahead of the Eucharistic Congress scheduled for next July. The anticipated restriction comes amid differences of emphasis and approach among U.S. bishops over the Church’s Eucharistic revival process, now … Read more

Fr. Perricone: Four Simple Proposals For The USCCB’s Eucharistic Revival That Don’t Cost Millions of Dollars

Ominous. It is the only word which can adequately describe the 2020 Pew Research Study. It polled Catholics on their belief in the Real Presence of Christ in the Holy Eucharist. Almost 70 percent polled said no. Chilling, but not surprising. Even a casual glance at parishioners receiving Holy Communion in most Catholic parishes reveals … Read more

What’s Really Needed for a “Eucharistic Revival”?

Our American bishops, rightly concerned about the widespread loss of faith in the Most Holy Eucharist, have launched a three-year “Eucharistic revival.” All the teaching, preaching, and programs in the world, however, will avail little to nothing if we don’t address the root causes of the unbelief, namely, that the signs and symbols of the … Read more