Our world is hurting. We all need healing, yet many of us are separated from the very source of our strength. Jesus Christ invites us to return to the source and summit of our faith in the celebration of the Eucharist. The National Eucharistic Revival is a movement to restore understanding and devotion to this great mystery here in the United States by helping us renew our worship of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist.

A Pivotal Moment in the Movement

The National Eucharistic Revival is a momentous, three-year initiative that will bear fruit for years to come. During the previous Year of Diocesan Revival, clergy and diocesan leaders built the foundation for this movement to thrive at the parish level.

This year, beginning on the Feast of Corpus Christi on June 11, 2023, each parish will answer four key invitations: Reinvigorating Worship, Personal Encounter, Robust Faith Formation and Missionary Sending. 


Jesus and the Eucharist

This 7-session study series will unveil the beauty of our Eucharistic faith and invite you to discover the true power and promise of this incredible gift. Connect with your fellow parishioners in a cozy small group setting as you hear from some of the most brilliant voices in Catholicism.

It Starts with a SPARK...

We believe God wants to do something NEW in the Church. By the power of Jesus in the Eucharist, we believe we stand on the precipice of revival.

But revival is not something that WE do. It is a sovereign act of God in response to the prevailing prayers of his people.

Join us in praying for revival with the Spark Series—nine short daily reflections inviting you to open your heart to the renewal God desires.  

Sign up now to begin the Revival Spark Series! 

When You Pray

Cultivate a Rich and Lasting Prayer Life

You know prayer is important but still find it challenging. Perhaps it’s hard to find time, or you’re unsure what to do when you pray. Or maybe you feel discouraged by your weaknesses and your inability to overcome them.

If you have any of these feelings, you are not alone. Many of the saints struggled in prayer. They were like us. But each time they fell, they got up again and learned to rely more on God’s grace.

What God did in the lives of countless saints, he wants to do in the lives of ordinary people like us. And that’s what this study is about: the journey of prayer God wants to take us on.

Authored and presented by Dr. Edward Sri, When You Pray also features Fr. Jacques Philippe, Fr. Josh Johnson, Fr. Gregory Pine, Sister Josephine Garrett, Fr. Donald Haggerty, and Sister Maris Stella.

For more information on how to register or have questions on any of the above programs contact

The Office of Missionary Discipleship   .   605-886-4049   .   director@icparish