Registration Press Kit

A Milestone Moment

Registration is now open for the 10th National Eucharistic Congress—a milestone moment of a three-year initiative of the USCCB designed to renew the Catholic Church in the U.S. by bringing forth an encounter with the living Lord Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist.

This historic gathering invites a movement of the faithful to share in a celebration of the gift of Christ’s love in the Eucharist July 17-21, 2024, at Lucas Oil Stadium and surrounding venues in Indianapolis, IN. Registration pathways officially opened on February 15, 2023, and individuals and groups are encouraged to reserve their spots today!

Eucharistic Procession at an event

Meet the Spokespersons

Tim Glemkowski

Tim Glemkowski

Chief Executive Officer Of the National Eucharistic Congress, INC.

Prior to joining the National Eucharistic Congress team, Tim Glemkowski served in the Archbishop’s Office for the Archdiocese of Denver as the Director of Strategy, helping to set up the archdiocese for a time of apostolic mission. He also authored Made for Mission: Renewing Your Parish Culture, which was released in Fall 2019 through Our Sunday Visitor. Tim is the founder and former president of L’Alto Catholic Institute and Revive Parishes. He is an international speaker who has also consulted for many organizations, dioceses, and parishes. His writing has appeared in numerous print and web-based theological and catechetical publications. Tim and his wife, Maggie, live in Littleton, CO, with their four young children.

Joel Stepanek

Joel Stepanek

Vice President of Programming and Administration for the National Eucharistic Congress, Inc

Joel Stepanek is responsible for guiding the teams that empower and energize the grassroots efforts of the Eucharistic Revival. He has served in a variety of ministry and leadership roles, including as a parish youth minister, RCIA team member, and Vice President of Parish Services at Life Teen. Joel is an author and speaker who is passionate about helping people encounter Jesus Christ and sending them out on mission. He earned a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership from Colorado State University-Global and a Master of Arts in Religious Education from Fordham University. Joel is an avid Spartan-racer and home cook who enjoys spending time with his wife, Colleen, and three children in Phoenix, AZ.

Suggested Interview Questions:

  • Can you offer a glimpse into the five-day National Eucharistic Congress in Indianapolis in the summer of 2024? What can attendees expect?
  • This is the first Congress in the U.S. in nearly 50 years. What is your hope in terms of overall outcome?
  • There are different pathways to register based on group size and ministry journey. Can you share broadly what these pathways are and what is included with a “Congress Pass?”
  • Why is this Eucharistic Congress considered a once-in-a-generation event? Are there ways for Catholics to participate who are unable to travel?
  • Where can our audience go to learn more about the Congress, and how they stay engaged with the National Eucharistic Revival in the lead-up to the Congress?

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