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The Eucharistic revival continues apace in the US

The Eucharistic revival continues apace in the US, with more than 1200 joining the cross-country procession in Washington DC as it travels to Indiana for the much-anticipated National Eucharistic Congress in July.

The Jewish Passover meal, the Seder, and the Eucharist

Dear Fr John Flader, someone told me there are a lot of parallels between the Jewish Passover meal, the Seder, and the Eucharist. Is this true?

Q and A with Fr John Flader: The Passover and the...

Dear Fr John Flader, Someone told me there are a lot of parallels between the Jewish Passover and the Eucharist. Is this true?

Parish joy as Bosića, 85, finally receives the Lord

At 85 years of age Bosića Esposito was more than ready for her first Holy Communion. Deaf, mute and unable to read or write she...

‘Not right’ for Catholics choosing VAD to receive Eucharist, bishops advise

Catholics seeking euthanasia should not receive the anointing of the sick and the Eucharist said Australian Catholic Bishops.

Bringing heart and head together at Mass

The Mass is the “source and summit” of our Christian life, where we gather each Sunday to receive Jesus Christ in Holy Communion.

WYD Tupperware Tabernacles call for a Eucharistic revival

By Joel Agius When St John Paul II established World Youth Day, he said to the young people gathered that “in Jesus Christ, God definitively...

Simcha Fisher: When complaints about World Youth Day veer into irreverence

According to tradition, World Youth Day is being largely ignored by the secular press and is being marked with nonstop complaining by Catholic social...

Carlo Acutis: New biographies showcase the spirituality of a teen saint

Two recent releases on the life and work of Blessed Carlo Acutis bring very different perspectives yet tell us similar things about faith and holiness. In this case a little repetition becomes a helpful thing.

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: Receive the gift

This is the homily given by Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP at the Solemn Mass for the 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year A, St Mary’s Cathedral, Sydney, 25 June 2023.

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: Body and Blood

Therapists and life-coaches describe it as the antidote to our fast-paced and distracted lives, and a remedy for many physical and psychological ailments.

Philippa Martyr: Middle-aged Catholics have Eucharistic problems

It’s Corpus Christi, which is a great time to be Catholic in public, as well as private. I love Eucharistic processions, because when I was growing up in the 1970s and 1980s, I hardly ever saw one. Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament had really dropped out of fashion.
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