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Experience REVIVAL at National Eucharistic Congress Events July 2024

Posted on March 01, 2024 in: Parish Community Special Event

Experience REVIVAL at National Eucharistic Congress Events July 2024

National Eucharistic Congress
July 14-21, 2024   I   Indianapolis, IN

The Church needs healing and the world needs Jesus. EXPERIENCE REVIVAL at this 1ST National Eucharistic Congress in 83 years, and be there when God MOVES.

God hears our prayers for the renewal of our Church. He will answer them through a life-changing transformation of our own hearts. The 10th National Eucharistic Congress is an invitation to experience profound personal revival so we can be sent out to share Christ’s love with a world that so desperately needs it. Visit for all the details.

While we realize not everyone will be able to attend the national event in Indianapolis, we hope you will join in the events planned in St. Louis, July 5-7, when the pilgrimage with the Eucharistic procession that is heading to Indiana arrives in our area.

·         July 5, 3-9PM, St. Charles Borromeo, 601 N 4th St., St. Charles:  Meet for the Divine Mercy Chaplet and then walk to the Shrine of St. Rose Philippine Duchesne and then processing with the blessed Sacrament alongside the pilgrims to St. Peter Catholic Church in St. Charles for a meal.

·         July 7, 10AM Mass with Archbishop Mitchell Rozanski at the Cathedral Basilica, 4431Lindell Blvd., St. Louis, and then processing to St. Stephen Protomartyr 3949 Wilmington Ave., St. Louis.

To register and for more details about the St. Louis events and the National Eucharistic Congress in Indiana, visit

NOTE: As part of Eucharistic Revival, we will be collecting non-perishables for the BOXES OF MERCY service initiative the weekend of Easter, March 31 - May 1. Basic needs donations will be needed. The Pilgrims making the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage from the West Coast to the National Eucharistic Congress in Indianapolis, IN, will deliver the boxes to refuge families in the St. Louis area.