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Corpus Christi procession celebrates feast day, launch of National Eucharistic Revival

“I have great hopes for the Eucharistic Revival, that we can recover some of the zeal and enthusiasm of our forbearers,” Cathedral Rector Father John Ubel said. “I hope that with this kickoff, that people see the power of the holy Eucharist and that it really helps renew our archdiocese, especially falling upon the Synod. I think the timing is perfect.”

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‘Alive’ film captures life-changing graces of the Eucharist

Just in time for the start of a three-year National Eucharistic Revival, a film about four people’s life-changing experiences through adoration of the Eucharist will be in select theaters across the country, including the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.

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Gratitude, prayers after Synod Assembly

As I reflect on our recent Synod Assembly, the words that our patron, St. Paul, addressed to the Philippians come to mind: “Every time I think of you, I give thanks to my God” (Phil. 1:3). I have been overwhelmed with a sense of gratitude each time I think of how God has blessed this local Church through the willingness of so many to be part of our Archdiocesan Synod. The liturgies, presentations, discussions and voting were all manifestations for me of the presence of the Holy Spirit and of the rich blessings that God has bestowed upon us.

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Be near to the Eucharist

On Corpus Christi, the bishops of the United States are kicking off a National Eucharistic Revival. It is no secret that some Catholics have lost a joyful zeal for the Eucharist. Some have even given up the practice of the faith. Visit the website for more information on this effort and for a virtual class offered by Crookston Bishop Andrew Cozzens.

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National Eucharistic Revival kicks off June 19, including procession at Cathedral of St. Paul

The upcoming National Eucharistic Revival was born out of U.S. bishops’ desire to increase the faith, understanding, devotion and love of the Eucharist in the Catholic Church in the United States, said Bishop Andrew Cozzens of the Diocese of Crookston. As chair of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Evangelization and Catechesis, he is leading the three-year revival, which begins June 19, the Solemnity of Corpus Christi. 

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Led by Bishop Cozzens, Eucharistic Revival to help ‘fulfill a great need for the Church’

In 2019, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops elected Bishop Andrew Cozzens to succeed Bishop Robert Barron of Los Angeles as the chairman of its Committee on Evangelization and Catechesis. When he officially stepped into that three-year role in 2020, he inherited the leadership of a plan — then still in its earliest stages — for a National Eucharistic Revival, a nationwide initiative that aims to deepen Catholics’ love for Jesus in the Eucharist.

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1941 National Eucharistic Congress in St. Paul drew tens of thousands

With Bishop Andrew Cozzens, chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Evangelization and Catechesis, recently detailing a three-year “National Eucharistic Revival” initiative and plans for a large-scale, national event in 2024, Allison Spies joined “Practicing Catholic” radio show host Patrick Conley to describe the National Eucharistic Congress that took place in St. Paul June 22-26, 1941.

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