Eucharistic Adoration

A US Bishop Discovers the Traditional Latin Mass

Bishop Joseph Strickland discusses what inspired him to celebrate the extraordinary form of the Mass on June 11. By Bree A. Dail, National Catholic Register TYLER, Texas — Before January, Bishop Joseph Strickland of Tyler, Texas, had only attended a traditional Latin Mass once before and... read more

Exorcist Blames Bishops and Priests for Loss of Faith in Eucharist

“The house of the priest is not the rectory. He is at home only where Christ is present.” Patti Armstrong Blog, October 31, 2019 How is it possible that despite the Catholic Church always having taught that the Holy Eucharist is really, truly and substantially the Body and Blood of... read more

Archbishop Alexander Sample of Portland in Oregon addressed his flock in August regarding the results of the survey

By Catholic News Agency, September 20, 2019 WASHINGTON — Six weeks after a Pew Research study found that only one-third of Catholics in the U.S. believe that the bread and wine become at Mass the Body and Blood of Christ, bishops across the country are writing to the faithful in the hopes... read more

Catholic schools must restore America’s faith in the Real Presence

BY PATRICK J. REILLY, AUGUST 26, 2019 “He is truly there in the Eucharist,” says Amelia Shripka. The 8th-grader at Everest Collegiate High School and Academy in Clarkston, Michigan takes delight in the Eucharistic procession that her school holds every year. It’s a “great time to... read more

Only 26% of US Catholics under 40 Believe in the Real Presence, and That’s No Accident

By Steve Skojec, August 6, 2019 New research from Pew published this month indicates that only 26% of US Catholics under the age of 40 believe in the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. In his book, Index of Leading Catholic Indicators, Kenneth C. Jones cites a 1994 poll conducted by... read more

How to Popularize ‘Ad Orientem’ Without Disorienting People

Here’s how to better acquaint God’s people with the beauty and naturalness of the ad orientem posture at Mass Msgr. Charles Pope Blog, July 23, 2019 I have written many times on the orientation of the priest for the Eucharistic Prayer. I strongly prefer an eastward (ad orientem) posture,... read more

Vatican walks tightrope on China, comes on strong with Germany and confession

By: John L. Allen Jr., CRUX, July 2, 2019 ROME - Now that we’re in the dog days of summer, this year featuring record high temperatures across Europe, one might think the Vatican would be entering a “mad dogs and Englishmen” sort of lull. However, that’s not the nature of the Pope... read more

The Eucharist

Christ gives us Himself in this wonderful Sacrament The Feast of Corpus Christi The Fathers of the Early Church remind us that the Holy Eucharist is the most “august sacrament,” in which Christ the Lord himself is contained, offered and received, and by which the Church constantly lives... read more

Bishop Athanasius Schneider Explains Why He Speaks Out About Amoris Laetitia

In this exclusive Jan. 11 email interview with the Register, Kazakhstan shepherd expands on his devotion to the Eucharist and current topics. By Edward Pentin, National Catholic Register Auxiliary Bishop Athanasius Schneider of Astana, Kazakhstan, is taking a leading role in asserting the... read more

Critical Moment

Pray for storm to be calmed. By Michael Voris, ChurchMilitant.com, December 4, 2017 This Vortex is coming to you live from Church Militant HQ here in Detroit following up on our breaking news over the weekend, concerning the declaration that the Argentine bishops' interpretation of Amoris... read more

Bishop Conley: Eucharistic adoration can transform our Church

Lincoln, Neb., Apr 13, 2017 / 06:59 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Eucharistic adoration offers a powerful chance to encounter Christ’s love in silence and humility, and that experience can transform our hearts, both individually and as a Church, said Bishop James D. Conley of Lincoln, Neb. in a new... read more