Eucharistic Revival in the News
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee is doing incredible things. Learn what's happening with the Eucharistic Revival in southeastern Wisconsin.
Encountering Christ in the Eucharist | Living Our Faith Radio, September 23, 2022
The Eucharist is fundamental in our lives as Catholics. Hear how the Eucharistic Revival, together with Reconciliation, opens the pathway for a profound relationship with Christ. Archbishop Listecki’s guests explain how this archdiocesan focus will foster encounters with Christ, and offer us the first steps you can take. Joining us is Pete Burds (Director of Evangelization, Archdiocese of Milwaukee) and Fr. Aaron Laskiewicz (St. Mary’s Parish, Hales Corners ).
Eucharistic Revival a Return to the Basics for Church | Catholic Herald, October 31, 2022
In one sense, the National Eucharistic Revival is a return to fundamentals for the Catholic Church and its people. Pete Burds, the director of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee’s office for evangelization and catechesis, made the point by sharing a story about legendary Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi.
‘Follow Me’ is Challenge Implicit in Eucharist | Catholic Herald, October 31, 2022
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee’s Eucharistic Revival Preparation Day began with Mass in the Mater Christi Chapel at the Mary Mother of the Church Pastoral Center, setting the tone for a morning of workshops and talks on the centrality of the Eucharist to Catholic life and faith, aimed at parish leaders from across southeastern Wisconsin.
Eucharistic Revival Should Lead to More Evangelizing | Catholic Herald, October 31, 2022
In a way, Kristin Bird was a little surprised to find herself standing in a classroom at Mary Mother of the Church Pastoral Center on Saturday, Oct. 22, offering a breakout session entitled “From Encounter to Invitation” as part of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee’s Eucharistic Revival Preparation Day.
Heart Speaks to Heart | Eucharistic Revival, Fr. John LoCoco, October 20, 2022
You can barely see what is happening. A billowing cloud of incense, tendrils curling steadily from a bronze censer, envelops the air in the cramped chapel of the Newman Center on the campus of UW-Milwaukee. As the priest elevates the monstrance containing our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament, a random scattering of the faithful bow and cross themselves in humble devotion. Incense obscures visions and distorts senses as this small gathering of people worship in adoration.