. . . is a three-year process initiated by the USCCB to invite the faithful to reflect upon the mystery and meaning of the sacrament of the Eucharist in our lives. While much of year one involves providing devotional and formational opportunities for parish and Diocesan staff, you, too, can be a part of Eucharistic Revival right now! Visit the Diocese of Greensburg Facebook page every Thursday to participate in a Faithful Challenge, and hopefully you will feel yourself growing in a relationship with Christ.
Visit the Eucharistic Revival resource page at DioceseofGreensburg.org/EucharisticRevival for videos, prayers and gathering dates. Consider Bishop Kulick’s invitation to become an intentional disciple this year!
In December as we celebrate both the Advent and Christmas seasons, we urge you to once again accept Bishop Kulick's challenge and open your heart and mind to the power of the Eucharist. Whether it be placing an Advent wreath in the center of your home, attending daily Mass or Mass with the Bishop, or even saying a prayer for Eucharistic Revival, you join with the living body of Christ.
Each month over the next three years of Eucharistic Revival, the Diocese of Greensburg and Bishop Kulick will be focusing our spiritual and tangible efforts with pointed themes.
EMBRACE EUCHARISTIC REVIVAL THIS ADVENT AND CHRISTMAS SEASON!