Eucharistic Revival

What is the Eucharistic Revival

The Revival is a grassroots movement to rekindle a living faith in the hearts of Catholics across America through life-changing local initiatives and unprecedented national gatherings that will send us out to share our Eucharistic faith with the world.

Upcoming Events

  • Locally:
    • Feb. 23 – Fr. Joe Laramie, National Eucharistic Preacher at the Church of St. Peter
    • March – Watch for Jesus and the Eucharist Study Series at Church of St Peter Weekly Large Group Gathering – More information to come soon
  • Diocesan:
    • March 15 – Bring the Liturgy into our Daily Lives, Dr Edward Sri, Bishop Raymond Lucker Speaker Series, Redwood Falls, MN
    • March 16th Liturgical Ministers Eucharistic Retreat, Silver Lake, MN
    • April 13th Liturgical Ministers Eucharistic Retreat, Montevideo, MN
  • Statewide:
    • May 17, 18 – Star of the North Eucharistic Congress in Bemidji
    • May 19 – Itasca State Park: Mass and Launch of the Northern Star Eucharistic Pilgrimage
  • Nationally:
    • July 17 – 21 As many as 80,000 Catholics are expected to attend the National Eucharistic Congress at Lucas Oil Stadium, home to the Indianapolis Colts. The congress is the climax of the bishops’ 3- year National Eucharistic Revival Initiative, which was launched in part because of a Pew Research poll that suggested only 1/3 of adult Catholics in the US understand that Jesus is present: body and soul in the Holy Eucharist.


Eucharistic Miracles

Blessed Carlo Acutis was born in 1991 and is the first millennial to be beatified. Despite dying of leukemia at age 15, he developed a website that showcases Eucharistic Miracles around the world, demonstrating that holiness knows no age. Fr. Craig was able to visit Blessed Carlo Acutis on a recent trip to Rome.

Click HERE for an international exhibition designed and created by Blessed Carlo Acutis. This is a great opportunity to learn more about Eucharistic Miracles of the World!


Eucharistic Retreat

If you missed out on the Retreat in Sleepy Eye, don't worry! There are two more opportunities. Please consider the March 16th or April 13th retreat to open your heart to Christ in the Eucharist as we engage in the Eucharistic Revival.


Liturgy Matters

As a part of the Eucharistic Revival in the Diocese of New Ulm, Bishop Zielinski offers his reflections on the liturgy based upon a book by his friend, Abbott Jeremy Driscoll, OSB titled “What Happens At Mass.” Click HERE for audio recordings of his reflections which will run for 36 weeks. For the Spanish version of Liturgy Matters, click HERE