We are currently looking for language translators who would offer to volunteer to translate the current Eucharistic Miracles (from any of our listed languages) into the following languages:
Arabic, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Swahili
or any language you may know from the various cultures. The translator must be grounded in the Roman Catholic Faith and willing to finish the project by themself or with a group of like-minded people of their choosing.
If you are interested, please contact us at 1-815-254-4420 or email@example.com
38 Mile Eucharistic Boat Procession
August 15, 2019
The fifth annual Eucharistic Procession down Bayou Teche, in Louisiana, will take place on Thursday, August 15. The date is important for Roman Catholics as it is the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Patroness of the Acadian people and of Acadiana.
Hundreds will travel by boat to celebrate this occasion in honoring the Blessed Sacrament and the Acadian heritage. Fr. Michael Champagne, CJC, the organizer of the unique event, explains that during Fête-Dieu du Teche “the Blessed Sacrament will be fixed on an altar on the lead boat under a canopy, with a pair of adorers in adoration between the towns visited. Another boat will carry the statue of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The Eucharistic Procession will stop and disembark at makeshift altars along the Bayou Teche for recitation of the Rosary and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. For those who are unable to participate by boat, all are invited to join for Mass at St. Leo the Great in Leonville at 8 am and then to drive and gather at any of the planned stops along the banks behind the various churches along Bayou Teche. Priests will be available at each stop for Confessions.”
If your parish or organization is sponsoring a Eucharistic Event, Workshop or Eucharistic Congress, email us information about what you have planned at least one month in advance, along with who to contact, and we will list your event here.
In cooperation with Antonia Salzano Acutis,
In 1999, a year before his death, Father John A. Hardon, S.J. visited Most Reverend Raymond L. Burke (then Bishop of La Crosse Diocese) and approved of the Bishop's plan to build a Marian Catechetical Center at the Shrine complex. After Father Hardon's death, Archbishop Burke (St. Louis Diocese) assumed the spiritual directorship of the Father Hardon apostolates of which The Real Presence Eucharistic Education and Adoration Association is one and proceeded directly to fulfill his commitment to Father Hardon.
The Marian Catechetical Center will consist of a variety of resources for the study of catechetics, classrooms for instruction in spirituality and doctrine, and facilities for Catholic radio broadcasting. A library, dedicated to the memory of Father Hardon, will contain many of his treasured materials. The Shrine has already received some of his clothing and prayer materials. Other personal library possessions of Father Hardon are intended to be transferred to the Shrine once proper facilities are constructed. To receive and preserve the original writings of Father Hardon, the Catechetical Center will have a museum-quality archiving room on site.
Time is of the essence in constructing the Catechetical Center. Of primary importance is the need for a center to fully engage the evangelization resources available through the Marian Catechist Apostolate; of equal concern is the degree of risk associated with so many of Father Hardon's works – currently spread across a variety of locations and not yet secured in an environment of preservation.
The Capital Campaign is underway for the construction of the Center. Those who benefit from the works of the Father Hardon Apostolates are particularly requested to come forward to assist Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke in this worthy endeavor. No amount is considered too small.
To learn more about the Shrine you may visit their website at http://www.guadalupeshrine.org/ as well as print a copy of the Shrine grounds map.
All contributions are to go directly to the Shrine. If you care to discuss your donation, you may contact Sister M. Ancilla, F.S.G.M. at 608-788-8601.
|Leif Arvidson, Executive Director
Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe
5250 Justin Road
La Crosse, WI 54601
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