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Archdiocese of Cincinnati Eucharistic Pilgrimage

by Matt Hess, photo by Danny Schneible Luke recounts to his readers that after Jesus’ death, two of His disciples embark on a journey. Jesus draws near to these friends and walks in their midst, though they do not initially recognize Him. They only became aware of His presence among …

July 7 coverage of the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. More than 650 people packed into St. Lawrence Church, Price Hill on Sunday morning for 11 a.m. Mass. Following Mass, the faithful spent time with the Lord in adoration before departing for a Solemn Eucharistic Procession. The …

Our Eucharistic faith stinks right now. Like, literally. I will not repeat the sad statistics regarding Eucharistic belief and piety: we have heard them before, and we all know there is need for revival. The Church in America—laity and clergy alike—have called for it, and by calling for revival, we …

By Daniel Payne CNA Staff, Jun 30, 2024 / 08:00 am Faithful on the Seton Route of the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage recently boarded an old-fashioned “sternwheeler” and processed down the Ohio River with the Blessed Sacrament. The ship departed from Steubenville, Ohio, on Sunday, June 23, and traveled 30 miles down …

By Francesca Pollio Fenton CNA Staff, Jun 29, 2024 / 06:00 am Whether you’re on break from school or taking a well-deserved vacation, summertime often brings a different rhythm to life and an opportunity to deepen your relationship with God. Without the regular hustle and bustle, there are many ways you …

The National Eucharistic Pilgrimage is an encouraging milestone in the midst of the three-year National Eucharistic Revival. Roughly forming a cross between the four corners of the U.S., the processions witness to Christ’s life-changing presence in the world. Pilgrims from the four routes will converge in Indianapolis on July 16 …

As you read this, thousands of our brothers and sisters in Christ are on pilgrimage, walking from various regions of our country to meet for the National Eucharistic Congress in Indianapolis. This July 17-21, faithful from across the country will joyfully gather at Lucas Oil Stadium with hopes of deepening …

While working at my previous diocese many years ago, a coworker and I talked about taking a pilgrimage. Overhearing the conversation, our bishop asked where we were going. After we tossed around ideas for Rome, he considered our words for a moment then said, “And what’s the purpose of your …

By Tyler Arnold Pittsburgh, Pa., Jun 18, 2024 / 15:15 pm Editor”s Note: Pittsburgh is on the Seton Route. The Pilgrimage will continue through western Pennsylvania, and Ohio and to the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. To join the pilgrimage, and for details, click here.  As hundreds of Catholic pilgrims processed through the …