Join the Marians at the National Eucharistic Congress, July 17-21

“God is renewing His Church, and we have seen it happening across the country in powerful ways. The National Eucharistic Congress will be a profound festival-type experience of fellowship, worship, healing, and formation.”

For the first time in nearly a century, the Catholic Church from every corner of the United States is about to gather in one place. 

More than just a retreat or conference, the 10th National Eucharistic Congress, July 17-21 in Indianapolis, Indiana, will be a pivotal moment in both American history and the legacy of the Catholic Church.

And the Marian Fathers will be there! 

Meet the Marians
Visit Booth #108 in Expo Hall to meet Marian Fathers and seminarians (ready to answer any and all questions!), browse books from Marian Press, and enter a daily raffle to win an Image of Divine Mercy.

There are also special giveaways and videos on the Eucharist to watch, featuring Fr. Andy Davy, MIC, one of the 50 official “Eucharistic Preachers” of the National Eucharistic Revival.

Come and meet the new “Father Joseph, MIC,” Fr. Mark Baron, MIC, on Thursday, July 18.

And you can even take a selfie with St. Faustina and our Marian Founder, St. Stanislaus Papczyński (actually, life-size cardboard cut-outs of them!).

Congress schedule
Each day at the Congress is designed to facilitate life-changing encounters with Jesus and incredible opportunities for formation from the most trusted voices in the Church. Click here to see the exciting lineup of speakers, and click here to see the full schedule. 

“God is renewing His Church, and we have seen it happening across the country in powerful ways during this year of Parish Revival,” said Tim Glemkowski, Chief Executive Officer of the National Eucharistic Congress, Inc. “It is our sincere hope that no matter how many days you are able to join us in Indy, the National Eucharistic Congress will be a profound festival-type experience of fellowship, worship, healing, and formation.”

The format for the National Eucharistic Congress will be one of Encounter, Equipping, and Experience:

  • In the morning, attendees will Encounter Christ within their pre-selected impact session, designed to form them according to their stages in life, cultural background, and individual faith journeys. It will set the tone for the day with moments of prayer, small group discussion, and inspiration from notable Catholic speakers such as Bishop Robert Barron, Dr. Mary Healy, and Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers.
  • The afternoon is geared toward Equipping attendees for mission, as individuals and groups are provided unique opportunities to be the hands and feet of Christ. Attendees are encouraged to participate in service projects, view the National Shroud of Turin traveling exhibit, and interact with Catholic vendors in the expansive exhibit hall where there will also be food and live music.
  • The plenary evening sessions will offer attendees a unique Experience of Revival. Thousands will gather together in Lucas Oil Stadium for Eucharistic Adoration, powerful moments of deep prayer and celebration, and inspiring talks from Cardinal Christophe Pierre, Fr. Mike Schmitz, Gloria Purvis, Sr. Josephine Garrett, and many more.

There’s still time to register to attend the National Eucharistic Congress: click here.

Are you a Marian Helper and planning to attend the Congress? Please let us know! E-mail
See you in Indianapolis!



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