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Catholic Diocese of Little Rock
Published: April 25, 2023
Attend the revival day of your choice. Click on a red button above to register online for the day in Springdale OR Little Rock. Both offer the same schedule and speakers. Register by May 28 to get a free lunch in Springdale. Register by June 1 to get a free lunch in Little Rock. For more information, contact Father Juan Guido, diocesan director of divine worship, at (501) 225-6774.
"My wish is for this event to be free just as the Eucharist is free, the encounter with the Eucharist will be free." — Father Juan Guido, Eucharistic Revival Committee chairman
The Diocese of Little Rock will end its celebration of the Year of Diocesan Revival with two Eucharistic Revival Days in June. This concludes the first year of the National Eucharistic Revival, which continues through 2025. This first year invited diocesan staff, bishops and priests to respond to the Lord’s personal invitation and equip them to share this love with the faithful through diocesan eucharistic congresses and other events. | See DOLR Events.
All are invited to attend the Eucharistic Revival Day of their choice. One will be held at St. Raphael Church in Springdale on Saturday, June 3 and the second will be held at Christ the King Church in Little Rock on Saturday, June 10. Both events will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and follow the same schedule and events.
Organizers of these events aim to help participants deepen their personal relationship with God and grow their understanding of the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. These free, family-friendly events will be held in English and Spanish and include lunch. But advanced registration is required.
To get a free lunch, register by May 28 for the revival day in Springdale. | Register online now for Springdale. Register by June 1 to reserve a lunch at the revival day in Little Rock. | Register online now for Little Rock.
The day will begin with Liturgy of the Hours at 8:30 a.m., followed by the first presentation from keynote speaker, Tim Francis, of Hampstead, North Carolina. After the lunch break, Francis will deliver another presentation. His morning and afternoon talks will be translated into Spanish and delivered in another room. Breakout sessions in English and Spanish will be held in the morning with local priests and deacons and repeated in the afternoon.
The day will close with adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and praying the Chaplet of Divine Mercy at 3 p.m. and Mass with Bishop Taylor at 4 p.m., which will include the blessing of catechists and commission of extraordinary ministers of holy Communion. Beau Baldwin, music director and organist at the Cathedral of St. Andrew in Little Rock, will lead a diocesan choir with music in English, Spanish and Vietnamese.
Both are part of the National Eucharistic Revival, a movement to restore understanding and devotion to the Eucharist in the United States by helping us renew our worship of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist. For more information, please contact Father Juan Guido, diocesan director of divine worship, at (501) 225-6774.