The National Eucharistic Revival is a call to be more intentional about catechizing and evangelizing about the Eucharist. Support Catholic families in learning about and celebrating the Sacrament of Eucharist together with this Eucharist Family Kit. Printing this kit using double-sided settings will allow families to best utilize the Mass resources inside. To access the kit, click here.
Rediscovering the Eucharist: Challenges and Opportunities for Renewal is a free 3-Part Masterclass hosted by Deacon Matt Halbach, PhD with Bishop Andrew Cozzens, Chair of the USCCB Committee on Evangelization & Catechesis. The class sessions are Reflections on “The Mystery of the Eucharist in the Life of the Church”, Accompaniment and the Eucharist, and Renewing Eucharistic Catechesis through Saints and Miracles. Masterclass registrants will get access to the class videos, reflection questions, and featured resources. Those that complete the entire class will receive a Certificate of Participation. To access the class, click here.
Carlo Acutis loved Jesus, truly present in the Eucharist. He wanted others to know and love Jesus, too, and he thought one great way to do that would be to tell them about Eucharistic Miracles. He developed an entire website that is still in use today! The National Eucharistic Revival has compiled several activity resources for young people that will help them learn more about Carlo Acutis and Eucharist Miracles. To access these activity resources, click here.
Planning for Eucharistic Revival, written by Paul Canavese and made available by The Pastoral Center, is a practical, step-by-step guide on what the Revival is about and how to best respond. The guide is organized into short handouts with discussion questions and worksheets. The resource is perfect for leaders in parishes and schools. To access the guide and for more information, click here.
With a July 2019 Pew Research Center survey, that reported that 70% of Catholics in the U.S. do not believe that Our Lord is truly, physically present in the Eucharist, as its foundation, this lesson of Teaching the Faith with Current Events explores what the Church proclaims about her most precious Sacrament, why the Eucharist should be preeminent in our lives and in our devotions, how we can truly participate in Christ’s Sacrifice at Mass, and what it means to carry our Faith out into the world with gratitude and joy. To view the lesson, click here.
The National Eucharistic Revival is a great opportunity for catechesis on the Eucharist. Joe Paprocki’s Catechist’s Journey, a part of Loyola Press, has articles, videos, and activities that can help with this catechesis. To explore these resources and for more information, click here.
Look to Him and Be Radiant is a website of resources, including those related to the Eucharistic Revival, for Catholic homes and classrooms created by Katherine Bogner. Katherine is a teacher, director of religious education, and contributor for the Heart of the Revival, the newsletter of the National Eucharistic Revival. To view the resources, click here.
The Mystery of the Eucharist in the Life of the Church free online course is great for unpacking the 2021 USCCB document on the Eucharist. The 2021 USCCB document on the Eucharist is the doctrinal source text for the Eucharistic Revival, “The Mystery of the Eucharist in the Life of the Church.” To watch a preview of and sign up for the free online course click here.
To assist you in welcoming young people and their families to learn about and participate in the revival, Loyola Press has launched a Eucharistic Revival microsite with dozens of resources for teaching about, celebrating, and living the Eucharist, so that it truly becomes the “source and summit” of our lives. To explore the site, click here.