Eucharistic Revival

The Bishops of the United States are calling for a three-year grassroots revival devotion and belief in the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. They believe that God wants to see a movement of Catholics across the United States healed, converted, formed and unified by an encounter with Jesus in the Eucharist - and sent out in mission "for the life of the world." These three years will culminate in the first National Eucharisic Congress in the United States in almost fifty years. Catholics will join together in Indianapolis for a once-in-a-lifetime pilgrimage toward the "source and summit" of our Catholic faith. Scandal, division, disease, doubt. The Church has withstood each of these throughout our very human history. But today we confront all of them, all at once. Our response in this moment is pivotal. In the midst of these roaring waves, Jesus is present, reminding us that he is more powerful than the storm. He desires to heal, renew, and unify the Church and the world. How will he do it? By uniting us once again around the source and summit of our faith—the Holy Eucharist. The National Eucharistic Revival is the joyful, expectant, grassroots response of the entire Catholic Church in the U.S. to this divine invitation. To learn more visit You can also visit to learn how the Eucharistic Revival is progressing in Western Sout Dakota.

Year of Diocesan Revival

June 19, 2022-June 11, 2023: The first year of the Revival invites diocesan staff, bishops, and priests to respond to the lord's personal invitation and equips them to share this love witht eh faithful through eucharistic congresses and events.

Year of Parish Revival

June 11, 2023-July 17, 2024: The second phase will foster Eucharistic devotion at the parish level, strengthening our liturgical life thorugh faithful celebration of the Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, missions, resources, preaching, and organic movements of the Holy Spirit.

National Eucharistic Congress

July 17-21, 2024 Indianapolis, IN: At this historic event more than 80,000 Catholics of all ages will reconsecrate their hearts to the source and summit of our faith.