Clergy and laity in the Archdiocese have collaborated on a new video series highlighting the beauty and importance of the Eucharist.
Jesus in the Eucharist and You is three sessions to help Catholics prepare for the forthcoming 40 Hours' Devotion, taking place in parishes throughout the coming liturgical year.
We invite you to watch the first one, titled Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament, from 7:30pm on Monday (8 November) on our YouTube channel.
Ahead of the launch of the 40 Hours' Devotion in our Archdiocese, we have put together a series of three videos titled 'Jesus in the Eucharist and YOU'. The first will be posted on our YouTube channel on Monday.https://t.co/nBjNBtH5wk
— Archbishop Leo Cushley (@leocushley) November 5, 2021
Archbishop Cushley is to relaunch the "simple and beautiful tradition" of 40 hours' Devotion this Advent.
It will see each parish in the Archdiocese have 40 hours of exposition of the Blessed Sacrament so people can come together to pray in silence before the Lord.
What is it?
A series of three videos, titled Jesus in the Eucharist and YOU.
When can I watch it?
On our YouTube channel, Monday 8th, 15th, 22nd November at 7:30pm.
Why is the Archdiocese doing this?
To help prepare you for the forthcoming 40 Hours' Devotion. It is a time of Eucharistic Adoration that will take part in each parish over the forthcoming year.
When does the 40 Hours' Devotion happen in my parish?
You can see the schedule here or below.
What has Archbishop Cushley said about it?
Archbishop Cushley is launching the 40 Hours' Devotion "in order to foster a rediscovery of the great gift of Christ’s abiding presence in the Eucharist", particularly following the negative impact of the Covid pandemic. Read his pastoral letter about it here.