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Eucharistic Revival

Renew Love for the Holy Eucharist in Your Diocese

To help answer the call from the bishops of the United States to revitalize and foster Eucharistic devotion, Ave Maria Press has curated its top resources to support diocesan and parish leaders in this important mission.

Our resources align perfectly with the four pillars of the Eucharistic Revival, helping to deepen understanding of the Real Presence and cultivate a culture of reverence and devotion in the Church. See the resources below to support your parish through every step of the three-year Eucharistic Revival timeline.

2023: Year of the Parish

Use our resources to form small-group parish communities to deepen understanding of the Real Presence and encounter the Lord together through true reverence and devotion to the Eucharist.

2024: Year of the Renewal

Use our resources to prepare the faithful to go out and share the Eucharistic culture of love with their families, neighborhoods, and communities.

2025: Year of the Mission 

Use our resources to send forth your parishioners in a special way to accompany those in need or at the margins with the good news of Jesus’s presence in the Eucharist.

Meeting the Hidden Christ in Things We See, Say, and Do at Mass

Embark on a transformative journey into the heart of Eucharistic worship with Behold, Believe, Become—where the ordinary becomes extraordinary and the Mass becomes a soul-saving, life-changing encounter with Christ, our Eucharistic Lord.

Join Timothy P. O’Malley, a distinguished leader in the Eucharistic Revival movement and bestselling author of Becoming Eucharistic People and Real Presence, shows you how to see differently—through newly formed habits of contemplation—fifteen ordinary, physical things that the Church uses at Mass to point us toward Christ. You will explore layers of meaning found in noble doors and stained-glass windows, sunlight and water, oil and fire, altars and church pews, and bread and wine become Body and Blood. O’Malley helps you see how each element tells us something about who Christ is and who we are to become as Christian people. Includes FREE companion videos from Deacon Jason and Rachel Bulman for each chapter.


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Bring the Eucharist into Parish Life

We can’t just talk about Christ’s presence in the Eucharist; we have to believe it, celebrate it, and live it both individually and as a community of the faithful. And we must cultivate a culture in our parishes that treats Real Presence not only as an important Catholic doctrine but also as the most important part of parish identity.

In Becoming Eucharistic People, Timothy P. O'Malley demonstrates how we can reflect Christ's Real Presence to those around us. This helps create sacred spaces in our parishes that allow people to experience a deeper connection to God and to their neighbors.


Also Available in Spanish!

What Does Real Presence Mean and Why Does It Matter?

Many Catholics don’t believe that Jesus is really present in the Eucharist. Rather, they see the bread and wine of Holy Communion as mere symbols of Christ’s body and blood. Is that disbelief just a misunderstanding or is it a blatant rejection of one of the central beliefs of the faith?

In Real Presence, Timothy P. O’Malley clears up the confusion about the Eucharist and shows you how to learn to love God and neighbor through a deeper understanding of the doctrine of Real Presence.


Also Available in Spanish!

FREE Companion Discussion Guides in Both English and Spanish

Becoming Eucharistic People Small-Group Discussion Guide
Convertirse en personas eucarísticas Guía de discusión en grupos
Real Presence Discussion Guide
Presencia real Guía de discusión

The Guide for Eucharistic Adoration

Immerse yourself in the timeless devotion to the Body and Blood of Christ with The Ave Guide to Eucharistic Adoration

For centuries, Catholics have practiced the devotion of spending time in adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, honoring Christ's presence in the Eucharist. This stunning book offers a rich array of prayers, devotions, meditations, and Church teachings to guide you during your quiet time with the Lord.

Whether you have just a few moments or an entire holy hour, The Ave Guide to Eucharistic Adoration is a wonderful companion for your devotional practice. Featuring elegant, vintage lithographs and engravings presented in a contemporary design, this book is a testament to the beauty and grace of the Eucharist. The pages of this devotional will lead you to a deeper understanding and appreciation of the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist.


 “If angels could be jealous of men, they would be so for one reason: Holy Communion.”
—St. Maximillian Kolbe

Catholics believe the Eucharist is the source and summit of our faith. But, what does this mean? How does it affect our lives?

This season of Ave Explores will consider the mystery of the Eucharist, how it heals and changes us, and what it means to welcome the Eucharistic Lord into our hearts, homes, and neighborhoods.

Join host Katie Prejean McGrady and special guests including Fr. Craig Vasek, Sr. Alicia Torres, FE, Joel Stepanek, Heather and Jake Khym, Kathryn and Scott Whitaker, Timothy P. O’Malley, and eight priests who are preachers on behalf of the National Eucharistic Congress as they explore the mystery, meaning, and majesty of the Christ’s Real Presence.


“If we really understood the Mass, we would die of joy.”
— St. John Vianney 


Each week, Catholics all over the world fill the pews of their parishes to listen to the Word of God and receive the Eucharist. Even though we are present and participate in the Mass, we may not be fully aware of why the sacred liturgy is the most important act of worship we do as Catholics.

In Ave Explores: The Mass you will learn about the history and structure of the liturgy, how to combat distractions during the service, ways to be a more active participant in the homily, and how the Mass can transform your life.

Join Katie Prejean McGrady and special guests—including Fr. Patrick Mary Briscoe, OP; Deacon Greg Kandra; Timothy P. O’Malley and Susan M. Timoney; Shannon Wimp Schmidt; and Fr. Michael White and Tom Corcoran—for a look at the riches of Catholic worship.


Discover More Resources

Fr. Joe Lamarie, SJ, National Eucharistic Preacher
The National Eucharistic Preachers are a diverse group of priests who have been commissioned to enkindle the flame of eucharistic faith and devotion in the United States by preaching about the Eucharist as part of the Revival. In this clip, Fr. Joe Laramie shares his joy about being a National Eucharistic Preacher.

Videos of Fr. Joe Laramie about the Eucharistic Revival

Other Titles for Eucharistic Devotion

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Prayer for the Eucharistic Revival

My God, I believe, I adore, I hope and I love You! I beg pardon for those who do not believe, nor adore, nor hope, nor love You. Most Holy Trinity, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, I adore You profoundly.
I offer You the most precious Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Jesus Christ, present in all the tabernacles of the world in reparation for the outrages, sacrileges, and indifference by which He is offended.
And, through the infinite merits of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and
 the Immaculate Heart of Mary, I beg of You for the conversion of sinners.
Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us!