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“What the world needs is God’s love; it needs to encounter Christ and to believe in him. The Eucharist is thus the source and summit not only of the Church's life, but also of her mission.”- Sacramentum Caritatis, #84
Over the next three years, every Catholic diocese, parish, school, apostolate, and family is invited to be a part of renewing the Church by enkindling a living relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist.
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The general vision of the Eucharistic Revival is to:
The first year of the Revival invited us to respond to the Lord’s personal invitation to share our love of Eucharist with each other. Enjoy some highlights of initiatives from the diocesan revival.
Explore more information on Eucharistic processions, faith formation, the Mass and Works of Service.
Eucharistic Adoration is being offered in parishes throughout the diocese. We encourage you to spend some time with Jesus present in the Blessed Sacrament. Visit this section of our website for lists of parishes, listed by county, that hold Adoration.
The Eucharistic Miracles Display is a traveling museum-like exhibition featuring the Eucharistic Miracles as chronicled by Blessed Carlo Acutis (1991-2006), a teenager from Italy who developed a website dedicated to the documented and scientifically scrutinized occasions when the Holy Eucharist changed in its physical appearance, reminding us that the bread and wine of the Mass truly become the Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Join us for events throughout the Revival.
As part of the diocesan Eucharistic Revival, the Diocese of Cleveland invites the faithful to spend time not only in prayer, but to unite in song with this special praise and worship hymn.
Learn more about our diocesan Eucharistic Revival logo, available for download, along with guidelines on its use.
We have cultivated resources for a variety of ages for the Eucharistic Revivial.
The Diocesan prayer for Eucharistic Revival is intended to be prayed in front of the Blessed Sacrament. It has been translated into 16 different languages to encompass the diversity of our Cleveland Diocese.
View short videos of clergy, religious and lay faithful from throughout the diocese, including Bishop Malesic, as they reflect on "What does the Eucharist mean to me?"
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