As part of the National Eucharistic Revival, about 80,000 Catholics throughout the United States will gather for the National Eucharistic Congress at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind., July 17-21.
The Pilgrimage to Indianapolis began this past Pentecost weekend. It has four routes from the South, North, East, and West of the U.S. Four small groups of young adults in “Eucharistic Caravans” will make an epic journey as part of the first-ever National Eucharistic Pilgrimage—one of the largest Eucharistic processions in history. They will journey with Jesus in the Holy Eucharist across our country, blessing more than 6,000 miles of our nation in the shape of a Cross.
The four Eucharistic Pilgrimage will all converge in Indianapolis on July 16, the day before the five-day Congress opens. Specifically, see the information on the South path (St. Juan Diego Route) starting in Brownsville, Texas, that will pass through the Catholic Diocese of Nashville and will involve many Faithful from our Diocese. Explore the four Pilgrimage routes and learn more about the South’s St. Juan Diego Route by clicking on the following link:
Everyone from our Diocese is welcome to join the St. Juan Diego Route from Friday morning, June 28, to Sunday afternoon, June 30, in Nashville. See the flyer below to sign-up. Just scan the QR Code and let’s encounter the Risen Christ in the Blessed Sacrament in Nashville to celebrate our nation’s National Eucharistic Revival.
For more information on the Pilgrimage passing through Nashville and involving our Diocese, please contact Candace Campbell, our Diocese’s National Eucharistic Revival Leader at: or 901-373-1261. Also, click on the following links for additional communications on the National Eucharistic Revival, National Eucharistic Congress, and National Eucharistic Pilgrimage.
Sign up here if you’re planning to attend the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage in Nashville.
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