Time is running out to sign up for LifeSite’s Traditional Eucharistic Revival – LifeSite

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana (LifeSiteNews) — Time is running out to sign up for LifeSite’s Traditional Eucharistic Revival.

Registration for the event, which will take place alongside the National Eucharistic Congress in Indianapolis, ends at 12:00 p.m. (EDT) on Friday, July 12.

Click Here to Register (FREE)

The Traditional Eucharistic Revival will take place on Friday, July 19, 2024, from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Victory Field, White River State Park, 501 W. Maryland Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. The event will feature a Traditional Latin Mass celebrated at 11:30 a.m. and talks by Father James Altman, Father Jeff Fasching, John-Henry Westen, and Doug Barry. There will be a recitation of the Divine Mercy Chaplet at 3:00 p.m. 

This is a free event, including a complementary packed lunch for all attendees. The tradition-focused event is meant to accompany, not rival, the National Eucharistic Congress, recognizing that many Catholics will not be able to afford the latter. Of course, children are more than welcome to attend with their families! All Catholics are welcome.

Click HERE to register for the Traditional Eucharistic Revival TODAY

LifeSiteNews has secured 200 free accessible parking spots at the venue. They are on a first-come, first-served basis and open at 9 a.m.

Corpus Christi for Unity and Peace describes itself on its website as a “Christ-centered community united in lasting peace and joy.” Their mission is to “inspire Catholics to uphold and promote a culture that safeguards the dignity of the human person.” Their purpose is to “defend Catholic beliefs” and their “right to express those beliefs,” to “preserve and defend the dignity of every human being” as well as “the sanctity of life and marriage,” to preserve “their religious liberties and principles of natural law,” and “to help the institutional Church to provide this leadership.”

LifeSiteNews is sponsoring the event because of concerns sparked by the 2019 Pew Research Study showing that nearly 69 percent of U.S. Catholics say that they believe that during the Holy Mass, the bread and wine used for Communion are merely symbols of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ after consecration. Just one-third of Catholic surveyed correctly believe that the bread and wine offered during Holy Mass actually become the Body and Blood of Jesus through transubstantiation.

With the ignorance concerning, or rejection of, this central Catholic tenet, we are witnessing a crisis within the Church and, because of this, the United States of America as well.

If you have questions about registration, please email LifeSite’s Ann Lyke at [email protected] or at [email protected].

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