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The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops have called for a National Eucharistic Revival.  Begining on June 19, 2022, we will enter a 3 year renewal of recognizing God's love for each of us and inviting you to respond to that love.  

In connection to this Deepening Love for Jesus, who comes to us in the Blessed Sacrament, we offer opportuntities to encounter Jesus through prayer, understanding, and receiving Jesus' grace in the Sacraments.  Below is various content to help you in your own contemplation of Jesus and His love for you.

Read the 2021 document from the Bishops:  "The Mystery of the Eucharist in the Life of the Church."

National Eucharistic Revival Resources

All are invited to join Catholics around the country participating in a Eucharistic procession on Sunday, June 19. Come and be a part of this witness as our diocese joins the nation entering into a three-year Eucharistic Revival for the Catholic Church, renewing devotion and belief in the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist.

Processions will begin at four locations in the Diocese of Erie on Sunday, June 19:

Saint Peter Cathedral in Erie
Notre Dame Church in Hermitage
Saint Catherine Church in DuBois
Saint Bernard Church in Bradford

The Blessed Sacrament will be exposed for adoration following the last morning Mass at each site. The procession will begin at each site at 1:00 pm and return to the church to conclude with Benediction. For more information, contact the parish where you plan to participate.

The Mass

March 7, 2021 Video of Explanatory Mass Celebrated by Fr. Jason Feigh

Motivation to Go to Mass -- Fr. Mike Schmitz from Ascension Presents:

Renewal Through Eucharist - Personal Story by Colleen Hammon, St. Jude Parish, Erie

When Mass Feels like Going Through the Motions -- Fr. Mike Schmitz from Ascension Presents: 

How a Priest Prepares for Mass