Jannah Theme License is not validated, Go to the theme options page to validate the license, You need a single license for each domain name.

The Cathedral of Mary Our Queen will host the celebration of Corpus Christi

June marks the beginning of the “year of parish renewal,” the second year of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ three-year plan for national Eucharistic renewal. The second phase, which runs from June 11, 2023 to July 17, 2024, aims to foster Eucharistic devotion at the parish level, to strengthen liturgical life through the faithful celebration of Mass, Eucharistic adoration, missions, resources , preaching and a movement of the Holy Spirit.

The reliquary containing a relic of Blessed Carlo Acutis and his picture are displayed in the chapel of the headquarters of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops in Washington on August 16, 2022. The Italian teenager had a great love for the Eucharist and has used his technological skills to create an online database of Eucharistic miracles around the world. (SNC Photo/Bob Roller)

Mary Ellen Bilenki, parishioner of St. Alphonsus Rodriguez, Woodstock, and archdiocesan resource person for Eucharistic Renewal, said the parish year will begin in the Archdiocese of Baltimore on June 10, to coincide with the Solemnity of the body and blood of Christ. (Corpus Christi), at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, Fatherland.

The afternoon will begin with adoration, opportunities to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation, and a self-guided tour of the Eucharistic Miracles exhibit, from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., followed by the 5 p.m. a Eucharistic procession, meals and outdoor family entertainment. . There will also be a blessing from Eucharistic missionaries, men and women responsible for fostering love and devotion to the Eucharist throughout the Archdiocese of Baltimore.

Bilenki explained that, throughout the year, resource people in each parish will organize various Eucharist-related events, which may include Eucharistic processions, increased adoration and catechesis on the Mass, as well as a breakout series provided by the episcopal conference. , “Jesus in the Eucharist”, which will be presented in the fall – all with the aim of fostering greater awareness, belief and worship of Jesus in the Eucharist.

An essential objective of the year is to share the love of the Eucharist.

“We always ask people to join the Eucharistic revival as Eucharistic missionaries,” Bilenki said. “As the Body of Christ, we are called to share the Good News, and this revival can help propel us into the work of evangelization by rooting us more firmly in the Eucharist. Our team members are called Eucharistic Missionaries because they are ready to share their love of the Lord.

The Eucharistic Miracle exhibition, born from the devotion of Blessed Carlo Acutis, is an example of the power of sharing the love of the Eucharist. Blessed Acutis, an English-born Italian Catholic who died at the age of 15, was known for documenting Eucharistic miracles and cataloging them on a website. A traveling photographic exhibition of all the miracles has visited dozens of different countries on five continents.

Those interested in registering as Eucharistic Missionaries are encouraged to contact their pastors or apply at bit.ly/aob-missionaries

To learn more about Blessed Carlo Acutis and the Eucharistic Miracles exhibit, visit carloacutis.com

To learn more about the National Eucharistic Revival, visit eucharisticrevival.org

Read more Eucharist

Copyright © 2023 Catholic Review Media


Not all news on the site expresses the point of view of the site, but we transmit this news automatically and translate it through programmatic technology on the site and not from a human editor.

Back to top button