July 14, 2023

Track options announced for National Eucharistic Congress next July

Criterion staff report

National Eucharist Revival logoTrack options for the National Eucharist Congress on July 17-21, 2024, in Indianapolis, have been announced. They are summarized below. Individual speakers and session topics within each track will be announced soon. More information can be found at cutt.ly/NEC2024Tracks.

• Encounter Track: Jesus Is Calling You Deeper. These sessions are for anyone who desires a deeper renewal of their faith and a richer understanding of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament, and who wants to embark on the next step of their faith journey. Experience the energy, unity, and inspiration of powerful Catholic conferences—but on a whole new scale. This track will be available in English and Spanish.

• Eucharistic Missionary Track: Practical Tools for Evangelization. These smaller, more intimate sessions are for anyone who wants practical tools to become a “Eucharistic Missionary,” evangelizing their community and taking on a deeper role in spreading the Gospel to those around them.

• Ministry Track: Revive Your Spiritual Life and Apostolates. These sessions are for any person who serves in a parish, diocesan, or other ministry role, whether you are paid, volunteer, part time, or full time. If you are a ministry leader and would like to connect with others who share your challenges and mission, then this is a fantastic way for you to participate at the Congress.

• Youth Track: Empower Young Catholic Disciples. These sessions are for teenagers ages 14-18, including those who are entering high school in the fall or recently graduated the previous spring. Teenagers must register with an adult, a family, or a youth group.

• Family Track: Become a Eucharistic Family. This experience is intentionally designed for parents or caregivers and children to attend together, with activities, talks, and prayers that will speak to every family member. Families with children aged 13 and younger will find these sessions to be particularly impactful. Older children are welcome either to attend with their family or to join a group and attend the Youth sessions during the day.

For more information about the National Eucharistic Congress or to register, go to eucharisticcongress.org.

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