Jesus is Calling

                Us Deeper

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.

Watch the video to learn more about the exciting journey ahead and how you can be a part of it!


What does Eucharistic Revival look like?

Watch the video to find out how the call to revival will renew our world from the inside out. Fr. Craig Vasek invites us to respond to the Great Commission and take practical steps to live out revival in our communities as we move forward in this Year of Parish Revival.


Dare To Believe In The Eucharist

A daring look into the realm of spirituality where the mystical meets the material. What if everything the Catholic Church proclaimed about the Holy Eucharist was actually true? Would it have the power to change your life? Dare to Believe - it would.



Eucharistic Revival is Not New

The pope has called Christians to use the modern media for the gospel and two Franciscans in Preston took him at his word. With the help of a team of people they created a Flash Mob based on Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in the middle of Preston town centre. This took place at the Friargate shopping precinct on Ascension Thursday, 2nd June 2011.



Eucharistic RevivalIn Our ParishIn Our FamiliesIn Our Lives

So What Do We Do?



During the Eucharistic Revival - Year of the Parish - St. Jude has several things planned:

Eucharistic Revival Night - Second Monday of every month starting in December - 6:30PM.

Video Study - 7 weeks - by the USCCB - Every Monday starting October 2nd - 6:30PM.

Eucharistic Revival Retreat - February 10th 2024 - 9AM-3PM

Eucharistic Pilgramge - March 9, 2024 - 9AM - 1 PM

Eucharistic Miracles Display - Oct 2nd - Nov 13 - Parish Hall

In addition to the things planned, we will have a display of Eucharistic Miracles, prayer cards and handouts available. Keep checking the bulletin for more things going on here at St. Jude Parish for - 

Eucharistic Revival - Year of the Parish


Blessed Carlo Acutis

Carlo Acutis was born May 3, 1991, in London, where his parents were working. Just a few months later, his parents, Andrea Acutis and Antonia Salzano, moved to Milan.  As a teenager, Carlo was diagnosed with leukemia. He offered his sufferings for Pope Benedict XVI and for the Church, saying “"I offer all the suffering I will have to suffer for the Lord, for the Pope, and the Church.”  He died on Oct. 12, 2006, and was buried in Assisi, at his request, because of his love for St. Francis of Assisi. His cause for canonization began in 2013. He was designated “Venerable” in 2018, and was designated “Blessed” on October 10, 2020. He was also a programmer and built a website cataloguing and promoting Eucharistic miracles.  Visit his Eucharistic MIracles website HERE. See his story. .