Presented by Fr. Joseph Nassal, C.PP.S.
From the feeding of the multitude to washing the feet of his disciples, Jesus embodied Eucharist with service. Explore how we become, in the words of Pope Francis, “Instruments of Communion “ and “credible witnesses” of the Real Presence when we serve “those who are poor, suffering, weary, or who may go astray.”
Becoming Eucharistic People: A 4-Part Series in Support of Eucharistic Revival
This series draws on two important events in the life of the church: The Synod on Synodality that opens in Rome on Oct. 4 and the Eucharistic Revival taking place in the U.S. church now. To speak plainly, a synodal church is a eucharistic church. The “instrumentum laboris,” the working document, that will guide discussion at the synod when it convenes in Rome calls communion, participation and mission the “three priority issues for the synodal Church.” They are the priority issues of this series as well.
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Coming Next in the Series
Session 3: Eucharist Is An Active Verb
Oct. 17 | 6:30-8 p.m. | presented by Elizabeth Madeo
As the Spirit moves us through Sacred actions and word, the Eucharist invites us to experience the Divine. Praying the prayers that Jesus prayed and hearing the Word dwelling among us, we are challenged to offer ourselves to be blessed, broken and given back, to be Eucharist to others, to “be doers of the word.”
Session 4: Packing for Mission
Oct. 24 | 6:30-8 p.m. | presented by Vicky Otto
The Eucharist calls us, the People of God, to be missionary disciples, and the Synod reminds us that we each have a rightful place in the Church to exercise the gifts bestowed upon us at Baptism. Join us to explore what we need to pack (or repack) for our missionary journey.