This eye-catching series of posters is designed to inspire the imagination, ignite excitement about key moments in this historic movement, and invite parishioners to consider the Eucharist in a deeper way. Each poster is 18“ x 24“, the perfect size for hallways and bulletin boards. Explore the content of each poster in more detail below:
- National Eucharistic Congress: Will your parish be represented at the 10th National Eucharistic Congress? This poster invites parishioners to be a part of this pivotal moment in the history of the Catholic Church in America. If your parish is forming a group to attend the Congress, be sure to post the contact information of your group leader beside this poster to ensure anyone who wants to attend with your parish is able to do so.
- National Eucharistic Pilgrimage: The first-ever National Eucharistic Pilgrimage will be one of the largest Eucharistic processions in history—a moment you don’t want to miss. Make sure your parish is informed and ready to meet Jesus as he passes by!
- Prayers for Revival: Urge your parish to ask for the special intercession of Our Lady of Guadalupe and Blessed Carlo Acutis upon the National Eucharistic Revival movement. Readers can scan the QR code to learn more about becoming a Revival Prayer Partner.
- Eucharistic Miracles: Present your parishioners with supernatural evidence for the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. This poster highlights some of the most amazing Eucharistic miracles from around the world.
- Transubstantiation: According to recent data, the majority of Mass-going Catholics don’t understand Church teaching on the Eucharist. Ensure your parishioners aren‘t a part of those statistics with this informative poster, which presents Church teaching on the Eucharist in a way that is easy to understand, alongside resources to learn more.
- The Mass for Kids: Introduce children at your parish to the excitement of the Mass! This poster gives little ones concrete ways they can participate in the liturgy in words they can understand, promoting reverence for the Blessed Sacrament. Hang this poster in the Church narthex, hallways, or classrooms at your Catholic school.