Living the Eucharist

Living the Eucharist (LTE)

Our parish is participating in Living the Eucharist. This Lenten spiritual renewal program provides us with opportunities to grow in our faith through learning more about the Eucharist, participating more actively in Sunday Mass, and Living the Eucharist each day as disciples of Jesus.

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View or download resources that can be used for group or individual reflection and prayer:

English

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Spanish

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It’s not too late to join a small prayer group, or participate as a family for weekly prayer during the six weeks of Lent. Please support this ministry by praying the Anima Christi prayer every day.

Sign up to share the joy this Lent!

Select your preferred group(s) day and time. The host of the group will contact you with the meeting location, driving directions, and to provide you with the participant booklet before the next meeting, or will have the booklet ready for you when you attend the next meeting.

All are invited to participate! Whether you are new in the parish or a long-time parishioner, whether you have been actively practicing your Catholic faith or not, whether you attend Mass every week or not, whether your family members are Catholic or not — this invitation is extended to you.

Living the Eucharist small groups, teen groups, and participating families are meeting each week during Lent. The participants are learning about and discussing topics related to the Eucharist and prepare for the upcoming Sunday Mass by prayerfully reflecting on a selection from the Sunday Mass readings.

Is God Calling You to Become More Involved?

It is not too late to join one of the four small prayer groups. The groups are meeting in different locations. Simply complete the online form and you will receive a call and/or email from the group leader to provide you with the meeting location and help arrange transportation if needed.

“The joy of the gospel fills the hearts and lives of all who encounter Jesus.”

Pope Francis