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St. Paschal was a saint dedicated to the holy Eucharist. Find out why and be inspired by his devotion to the Blessed Sacrament!

St. Paschal: Seraph Of The Eucharist

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn I stared at my computer at the half-written essay. I had been working on it for one of my toughest classes and feared it wouldn’t be finished before it was due at 11:59pm that night. I also knew that I might not have been able to finish, because our soccer […]

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St. John Chrysostom wonderfully tells us that when the devil sees us returning from the sacred Banquet of the Eucharist, he flees from us

A Poem About The Eucharist By Danielle Erwin

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Your flesh dwells within me Your breath my life now be My heart is with one accord Whence receiveth Thy Holy Word Overabundant be Thy Grace  In the Holy Eucharist I now face All contained within suffice To sustain me for this life And upon death’s calling The greatest joy […]

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Do you spend time with our Eucharistic Lord in Adoration? If you need motivation, ask the Blessed Mother to help you!

Ask The Blessed Mother For Help When Adoring Our Eucharistic Lord

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Our Lord Jesus Christ calls to our hearts. He humbles Himself in the form of Bread — a simple Host — in order to be available to us — to remain with us, to heal our wounded hearts, and nourish us with His abiding and incomprehensible Love and Mercy. He […]

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How To Explain The Eucharist To A Child

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Something special is going on in our country right now. I love it! The entire United States is in the midst of a three-year Eucharistic Revival. Think of the long-term impact! What a beautiful time in our Catholic Church for all its members – the oldest all the way to […]

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How do you teach a child to love the Eucharist? These four tips will help your Catholic family grow in faith and devotion to the Blessed

Four Ways To Foster A Child’s Love For The Eucharist 

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn “Alright kids, why do we go to Mass?”  We ask a variation of that question every time we arrive at our parish parking lot, usually sweaty and disheveled from wrangling four (soon to be five) children into the van. A mini call-to-action and reminder of why Mass is important, they […]

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The 3-year Eucharistic revival is underway. Let's dive deeper into this essential Truth of the Faith, evangelism, and the Catholic Mass

The Eucharistic Trilemma: Evangelizing Christians During The Eucharistic Revival

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Living in Utah, it was only a matter of time before an LDS (Mormon) missionary came knocking on our door. They were very kind, but the conversation quickly moved on to more “ultimate” things. I was honest and said, “I could never leave the Catholic faith because I would miss […]

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5 Ways To Engage Children With Jesus | Part 3 Of A Guide To Children’s Adoration

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn This is the third installment of our series on bringing children to adoration as part of a response to the USCCB’s call for a Eucharistic Revival. In the first part of the series, we looked at why it is both appropriate and important for children to go to adoration. In […]

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4.5 Ways To Prepare Your Children For Adoration |Part 2 Of A Guide To Children’s Adoration

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Welcome to the second part of our series on bringing children to adoration. In case you missed it, the first part is here. In the first part, we established that not only is it acceptable to bring children before the Lord in adoration, it is, in fact, encouraged. Jesus makes […]

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Consecration: A Priest Shares What You Need To Know About This Part Of The Mass

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn How can billions of men and women believe that what their eyes see as bread is God? How can sane people support the claim by the Catholic Church according to which, at Holy Mass, bread becomes the Body of Jesus, and wine becomes His Blood? The Church teaches that the […]

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Two Things That Keep Parents From Bringing Children To Adoration | Part 1 Of A Guide To Children’s Adoration

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn This year, the USCCB has announced a three-year Eucharistic Revival. The goal of the revival is to draw people to the Eucharist, the source and summit of our faith. A significant way that this call for revival is being lived out is through an increase in Eucharistic adoration in parishes […]

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A Poem About Christ’s Real Presence In The Eucharist

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn What but as bread, This appears to beIs You, Lord, it’s truly TheeIt is You, Lord, I now receiveThis is true, not just because I believe My belief cannot createCan’t sew a seed, give man a mateCan’t fashion out of dustOne who knows You, merciful and just Alone, I am […]

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National Eucharistic Revival Resources Guide

Your Guide To The National Eucharistic Revival Resources

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn On June 19, 2022, the Feast of Corpus Christi, the United States Council of Catholic Bishops will begin a three-year focus on the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist that is intended to be a National Eucharistic Revival! Many resources will be available to help Catholics learn more about […]

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I’m Catholic, But I Don’t Believe In The Eucharist | 3 Things To Do Now

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Struggling to Believe in the Eucharist? If you are Catholic and struggling to believe in the Church’s teaching on the Eucharist, you are not alone. A Pew Research Center survey suggests: “… nearly seven-in-ten Catholics (69%) say they personally believe that during Catholic Mass, the bread and wine used in […]

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Four Steps For The Eucharistic Revival In The Catholic Church

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn The Feast of Corpus Christi on June 19, 2022, will mark a special moment in Eucharistic devotion for the United States. The USCCB will launch a multi-year Eucharistic revival which will culminate in a National Eucharistic Congress. Throughout the next three years, dioceses and parishes will foster a deeper love […]

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5 Ways To Grow In Devotion To The Eucharist This Christmas

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn I’m somewhat ashamed to say, this story didn’t happen until I was about halfway through seminary: It was my first Christmas in Italy. After three years in the seminary in the United States, I had been sent to the North American College Seminary in Rome for the last four years […]

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So Much More Than Just Smoke: What Is The Importance Of Using Incense In The Catholic Church?

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Incense – A Long History Incense has been used in sacred worship for over five thousand years. Long before Christian worship began burning fragrant aromas in liturgy, the Egyptians began using incense in a religious way during the Fifth Dynasty, between 2494 and 2345 BC. Many Asiatic religions have used […]

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Seeing The Eucharist On Every Page Of The Bible

Discovering The Eucharist On Every Page Of The Bible

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn “Parousia: The Bible and the Mass” We are proud to share with you a phenomenal Bible study series at the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology called “Parousia: The Bible and the Mass” hosted by Dr. Scott Hahn. Beautifully presented, impeccably edited, with masterful cinematography, we cannot recommend this study […]

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5 Tips On How To Receive The Eucharist

5 Tips On How To Receive The Eucharist

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn The eternal debate: receive the Eucharist on the tongue or in the hands? The great debates Catholics get into can be rather heated (and honestly quite entertaining at times), but let’s start with this – Receiving the Eucharist on your tongue vs. in your hands isn’t the determining factor of […]

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You’ll Immediately Want To Find A Corpus Christi Procession After Watching This

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Since 1264,  the Feast of Corpus Christi is celebrated on the Thursday following the Solemnity of the Holy Trinity. Catholics across the world will commemorate this day with a Eucharistic procession through their city.  If your parish doesn’t do this, consider finding one to join or organizing one yourself! Find […]

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20 Catholic music and inspirational songs for adoration

21 Songs For Eucharistic Adoration And Prayer

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn When choosing songs for a personal or community time of Adoration, look for those that bring glory and honor to Our Lord, lead us into a deeper knowledge of Him, and help us become more aware of the presence of God. Our Catholic-Link team has come up with a playlist of […]

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God Lets Himself Be Eaten! What The Feast Of Corpus Christi Really Means

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Meditation for the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ  “These things, brothers and sisters, are called Sacraments, for in them on thing is seen while another is signified.” – Saint Augustine.  The famous psychologist, Zygmunt Bauman, said that getting married today has become like climbing aboard […]

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how to step by step guide to help you go to Adoration. What to do when visiting the Blessed Sacrament, might not be that obvious.

How To Go To Adoration | A Step By Step Visual Guide To The Blessed Sacrament

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn The first time I visited the Blessed Sacrament, I was eight years old. I did it in the context of the preparation for my First Communion. The sister who was preparing us told us with much reverence and passion that inside the tabernacle was the door to Heaven. At eight, […]

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All Your Questions About Adoration Answered…What Is It? How Do I Go? What Do I Do? And More!

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Maybe, you’ve seen our posts about the benefits of Adoration or heard some of your Catholic friends talk about “going to Adoration,” but you still don’t really understand what that means. That’s ok! Though the practice of Adoration has been a part of the Catholic faith since the very beginning, […]

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10 Surprising Things That Happen When You Go To Adoration More Often

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn The Eucharist is described in the Catechism as the “source and summit” of our faith. Finding the time to go to Adoration can be difficult. But if you can make it happen, committing to regular Adoration with an open heart can have some surprising results. While they were eating, He […]

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Do You Know About These 6 Incredible Eucharistic Miracles?

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn The True Presence of Jesus in the Holy Eucharist is one of the greatest mysteries of our Catholic faith. It is something that can be very difficult for us to understand. How does what appears to be a piece of bread and a cup of wine become the Body and […]

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