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Eucharistic Revival

Year of Eucharistic Revival

The Catholic Church has established a three-year process of Eucharistic Revival from the national, to diocesan and finally to the parish level. It will culminate with a National Eucharistic Conference in Indianapolis in July 2024. The intent is to spark and nurture a deep, abiding relationship with Christ and to equip us to be the missionary disciples God intended us to be. “We want to ignite a fire within the hearts of our parishioners for the Eucharist and emphasize the importance of a commitment to Sunday Mass and Eucharistic
Adoration,” said Fr. Steve Brunovsky.

As a part of this national effort St. Hilary will offer a number of opportunities for parishioners to deepen their relationship with Christ through the Eucharist. We hope you will join us for these wonderful events!

Eucharistic Miracles Exhibition

We hope you were able to visit the Eucharistic Miracles Exhibition we hosted from September 9-17. If you were unable to join us, or want to continuing learning, click here to visit the International Exhibition of Eucharistic Miracles list created and designed by  the Blessed Carlo Acutis.

  • Draw closer to God through these displays of His intense love for you!
  • Examine where faith meets modern science.
  • Experience the catalog of miracles compiled by modern-day teen saint, gamer, and programmer, Blessed Carlo Acutis.

Revealing the Presence of Christ in the Eucharist to All Peoples
Presented by Bishop Woost

Drawing upon the teachings of some great Catholic saints, mystics, and theologians, Bishop Woost will reflect on the transformative effect of the Mass and the Eucharistic Presence of Christ. He will suggest how the Eucharist can bring us into a more intimate relationship with God and impact the way that we live our lives as disciples of Jesus. Bishop Woost is the Auxiliary Bishop of the Diocese of Cleveland, Head of the Diocese Office of Worship, and Liturgy Faculty at St Mary Seminary and Graduate School of Theology.

Click the video below to watch the presentation from Wednesday, September 6.

Eucharistic Revival Resources

We encourage you to learn more about the Eucharistic Revival on the national and diocesan level by visiting the following websites:



Click here to read our latest Transformed! newsletter introducing the Eucharistic Revival on the parish level launching this summer!