My Own Eucharistic Devotion

Jesus needs each one of us to be His hands and feet throughout this Eucharistic Revival, but first we must receive the grace He wishes to pour out upon us in His Eucharistic presence. We must come before Him often, seeking to quiet our hearts and minds, so that we might be attentive to His voice.

Receiving Communion

Catechesis on The Mass from Pope Francis:


Prayer Aids

Exercises and Meditations

Devotional Books (for purchase)

Personal Education/Enrichment

Bring Eucharistic Revival to My Family

Varied Content

Books for Children

Books for Parents

How to attend Eucharistic Adoration as a family

How to talk to your children about Eucharistic Adoration

Bring Eucharistic Revival to My Community

Other Parish/School/Community Resources

Promote the Revival

    • Bulletin Inserts (from National Eucharistic Revival) – Invite your parishioners to get involved with the Revival with an eye-catching bulletin feature! Click below to download files in a variety of sizes, available in both English and Spanish.
    • See social media graphics above

Eucharistic Processions & Devotions

    • Guidelines for Processions – Archdiocese of Atlanta
    • Knights of Columbus: Access a range of resources available to support the Eucharistic Revival, including resources for Eucharistic processions.
    • Resources for Eucharistic Processions: See the guidebook and other promotional and video resources available from the Knights of Columbus here. See booklet template and musical resources available from Source & Summit here.
    • 40 Hours Devotion – The Forty Hours Devotion is an opportunity to gather as a community before the Blessed Sacrament and to pray before the Lord in solemn adoration. It gives us time to deepen our appreciation of the importance of the mystery of the Eucharist in our lives. The Archdiocese of Boston website has helpful information outlined for Catholic communities desiring to begin a 40 Hours Devotion.
    • Nights of Mercy and Noches de Misericordia templates for Advent and Lent or adaptable for anytime in the year. – Archdiocese of Atlanta

Resources for Small Groups & Ongoing Formation

    • Video Resources and More through the National Website: Access a growing library of resources for use by individuals and groups.
    • Learn How to Embrace the Gift of the Eucharist: Free course by Bishop Andrew Cozzens, chairman of the USCCB Committee on Evangelization and Catechesis.
    • Virtual Eucharistic Revival Conference: Register for free access to a conference dedicated to advancing the Eucharistic Revival through renewing or building a Eucharistic culture in our parishes, schools, and homes.
    • The Rescue Project: The Rescue Project seeks to proclaim the gospel in a compelling and attractive way over eight weeks in a small-group format. This experience is imbued with beauty, authentic humanity, and accompaniment. 
    • The Mystery of the Eucharist in the Life of the Church: This document approved by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) in 2021 is a key reference for the National Eucharistic Revival.
    • I AM HERE: Access powerful personal testimonies about the Eucharist in this initiative by the Archdiocese of Detroit and Hallow App in support of the National Eucharistic Revival.
    • Eucharistic Miracles Exhibition: Learn about the International Exhibition of Eucharistic Miracles created and designed by Blessed Carlo Acutis.
    • Program in Priestly Renewal: Eucharistic Revival – The McGrath Institute for Church Life invites you to explore this resource, developed to support clergy and encourage participation in the National Eucharistic Revival. Available in both English and Spanish, this resource features a series of videos on the Eucharistic spirituality of priests and reviving a Eucharistic culture.
    • Catholic Apostolate Center – Webinars for Leaders: Learn what’s happening nationally and in other dioceses to advance the Revival.

Additional Resources