In May 2024, four groups of pilgrims will set out from the North, South, East, and West edges of the United States. Joined by thousands more as they approach the American Heartland, they will process with Our Lord in the most Holy Eucharist through valleys, mountains, towns, and cities in the first-ever National Eucharistic Pilgrimage.
They’ll be heading to Indianapolis, where more than 80,000 Catholics will assemble for the first National Eucharistic Congress since World War II. This massive gathering will be a milestone within the National Eucharistic Revival—a movement sorely needed in both the Church and our nation.
We can’t think small. By joining the National Eucharistic Congress Giving Society at one of four levels, you will empower the Church to wholeheartedly respond to this call to revival—starting a fire, not a program. Your gifts will have missionary impact for years to come!
Get in touch with our Chief Advancement Officer, Cande de Leon, to discuss how your partnership can have the greatest impact.
We have a crisis of faith. Much of our nation, as it abandons God, is descending into darkness. Too few Americans know where to look for genuine hope and mercy, and often the Church seems unable to respond to these challenges. In this precarious moment, we have to strengthen the Church by rekindling her love for our greatest gift, the Eucharist, which is the source and summit of our faith.
Today, I am inviting you to join the National Eucharistic Congress Giving Society. As a member, you will help us cover the significant costs for the National Eucharistic Congress, Pilgrimage, and the Revival that go beyond ticket revenues and allow us to reignite the National Eucharistic Congress tradition. You will enable us to bring intentional moments of unity here in the Catholic Church in the United States for priests, deacons, religious, and lay people to gather around the Eucharist in the streets of our country, fill our churches for the celebration of the sacraments, host educational and evangelistic talks, and ultimately bring tens of thousands of pilgrims to a National Eucharistic Congress in Indianapolis, Indiana!
I believe God is about a revival in our country, as he always is when we most need it. Having you as a member of the National Eucharistic Congress Giving Society—at whatever level you prayerfully discern—would be a tremendous blessing. I thank you for your consideration.