National Eucharistic Revival website

Knights of Columbus Eucharistic Revival website

Nation Nocturnal Adoration Society

Guided Children’s Adoration

Children of the Eucharist

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The Archdiocese of Detroit and Hallow App are launching the I AM HERE campaign to inspire people to encounter Jesus Christ in the Eucharist and experience His transformational power.


Word on Fire

The Holy Hour: Meditations for Eucharistic Adoration is a unique collection of hymns, poetry, prayers, and reflections for Adoration from across two thousand years of Catholic tradition. Structured around Bishop Robert Barron’s threefold classification of Real Presence, Holy Sacrifice, and Sacred Meal, readers will explore the Eucharistic hymns of St. Thomas Aquinas, key passages from the Catechism of the Catholic Church and more. Visit the Word on Fire bookstore.

Timothy P. O’Malley

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. This book also has a free companion Discussion Guide available to download. Offered by Ave Maria Press.

Father Patrick Mary Briscoe, OP

Grow closer to Christ in the Eucharist with My Daily Visitor: Eucharist. This handy devotional with 40 reflection themes helps you to pray and reflect on the source and summit of our Catholic Faith. For each entry, editor-in-chief Father Patrick Mary Briscoe, OP, offers a brief reflection on a particular quote from a saint and concludes with a prayer. Reflection themes include the Real Presence, the Virgin Mary, forgiveness of sin, sacrifice, breaking of the bread, the Lamb’s Supper, the new covenant, and more. Perfect for Eucharistic adoration. Offered by OSV books.

Timothy P. O’Malley

In Becoming Eucharistic People, Timothy P. O’Malley shows how we can reflect Christ’s Real Presence to others to help our parishes become sacred spaces in which every person is led to deeper communion with God and with our neighbors. Bulk pricing for parishes is available! Click here to find free, supplemental resources based on the content in Becoming Eucharistic People created by the McGrath Institute for Church Life at the University of Notre Dame. Offered by Ave Maria Press.

Saint Alphonsus Liguori

Since they were first written in 1745, Visits to the Most Blessed Sacrament and the Blessed Virgin Mary has been translated into many languages and read worldwide. This classic translation of St. Alphonsus Liguori’s Visits, a faithful rendition from the original Italian into the American idiom, has now been reprinted in a new larger edition. This new printing offers exactly the same text as the previous edition, but in a larger, more readable, more durable format. It includes St. Alphonsus Liguori’s introductory and concluding prayer, spiritual communion, and his reflection/meditation for each of 31 visits to the Most Blessed Sacrament and the Blessed Virgin Mary. Available in both English and Spanish from Liguori Publications.

Rev. Dennis J. Billy, C.Ss.R., D. Theol., S.T.D.

Father Billy invites readers to delve more deeply into passages on the Eucharist found in the four gospels, Acts, and the letters of Paul and helps individuals and groups to more fully appreciate the tremendous gift of the Eucharist and its meaning in their lives. The book includes questions for reflection and/or discussion. Available from Amazon.

Rev. Dennis Joseph Billy, C.Ss.R., D.Theol., S.T.D. is a Roman Catholic priest of the Redemptorist order (Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer, Latin: Congregatio Sanctissimi Redemptoris C.Ss.R) and has been Professor of the History of Moral Theology and Christian Spirituality at the Accademia Alfonsiana of The Pontifical Lateran University in Rome, Karl Rahner Professor of Catholic Theology at the Graduate Theological Foundation and John Cardinal Krol Chair of Moral Theology at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary.

Cardinal Raniero Cantalamessa, O.F.M. Cap.

The Eucharist should not be limited to the congregation that gathers to hear the word of God and proclaim its faith. It is, first of all, the active presence of the sacrifice of Christ, who gathers us together and lets us partake of his divine life through his body and blood in Communion.

Christians are always hoping to find helpful ways to contemplate the eucharistic mystery in all its fullness, and this set of meditations by Father Raniero Cantalamessa presented by him in the presence of Pope John Paul II is written in a simple and warm style and nourished by Scripture and the teachings of the Church Fathers from both the East and the West. These meditations answer the needs of all who hope to experience the radiant and radiating Eucharist that shines into their hearts and into the life of the Church.

Available from Liturgical Press.


A resource for priests and for all who want to meditate more deeply on the Eucharist and its relationship to the Church.

This “golden booklet” includes preparation for daily Mass, thirty-one reflections structured for the month, and daily prayers for preparing for Mass. Each of the thirty-one days of reflections ends with an invocation.

Available from USCCB.


This treasure trove of material from doctrinal, liturgical, and spiritual points of view, incorporates the most recent English translation of the Roman Missal, 3rd Edition. A pastoral aid designed to help Catholics explore and understand the mystery of the Eucharist more fully, this important new collection will help guide the faithful to a deeper understanding and celebration of the source and summit of the Christian life.

Available from USCCB.

Source of Our Healing and Hope — US Bishops Teach on the Mass

This timely and thoughtful book includes reflections on the Eucharistic liturgy by more than twenty Catholic bishops. Written to help Catholics embrace the Eucharist as the “source and summit” of Christian life, Source of Our Healing and Hope spans topics across the breadth and depth of the Church in the 21st century. Each essay will help deepen an understanding of the richness of our faith, especially the urgency of Christian witness and mission.

Available from USCCB.


Catholic News Service Podcast – Communion

“Communion” is a podcast series hosted by Chaz Muth and Carol Zimmermann, of Catholic News Service, to discuss different topics regarding this Sacrament.


Purpose, connection, peace—these desires are written on our hearts for a reason. The answer lies at the very center of our faith: the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. The National Eucharistic Revival is a joyful, expectant, grassroots movement to restore understanding and devotion to this great mystery here in the United States.