The full national program for the Eucharistic Revival is from 2022 to 2025, culminating with a national Eucharistic Congress.
The parish phase of the Eucharist Revival is from 2023 to 2024. Please scroll down for the Eucharistic Revival videos for Lent 2024.
Finally, please accept the following four invitations which are at the heart of the Eucharistic Revival in our parishes this year.

For more information about this spiritual initiative in our country, please go to the national website,
In the meantime, please faithfully come to Mass each and every Sunday, and go to Confession on a regular basis as well.
Our Blessed Sacrament Chapel is also open for Eucharistic Adoration before and after each Mass at our church.

Eucharistic Revival Videos and Discussion Guides – for Lent 2024

For a collection of Blessed Sacrament Hymns
for the Eucharistic Revival, please click here.

For spiritual insights into the mystery of the Mass,
please click here to watch “The Veil Removed.”

For a guide to Confession for adults, please click here. For a guide to Confession for children, please click here.
Regular Confession, along with prayer and fasting, are how we prepare to worthily receive Holy Communion.

The Official Prayer for the Eucharistic Revival

Lord Jesus Christ, you give us your flesh and blood for the life of the world and you desire that all people come to the Supper of the Sacrifice of the Lamb. Renew in your Church the truth, beauty, and goodness, contained in the Most Blessed Sacrament.

Jesus living in the Eucharist, come and live in me. Jesus healing in the Eucharist, come and heal me. Jesus sacrificing yourself in the Eucharist, come and suffer in me. Jesus rising in the Eucharist, come and rise to new life in me. Jesus loving in the Eucharist, come and love in me.

Lord Jesus Christ, through the paschal mystery of your death and resurrection made present in every Holy Mass, pour out your healing love on your Church and on our world. Grant that as we lift you up during this time of Eucharistic Revival, your Holy Spirit may draw all people to join us at this Banquet of Life. 

You live and reign with the Father and the Holy Spirit, God forever and ever. Amen. Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mother of the Eucharist, pray for us!

“Let us go the altar of God, the God of our gladness and joy!”
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