Living the Eucharist

During Lent, the Cathedral parish is participating in Living the Eucharist (LE). LE is a parish-based renewal experience that fosters spiritual growth and discipleship by promoting full, conscious, and active participation in 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.

According to Father Schreck, “Bishop Hartmayer has asked every parish, mission and school in the Diocese of Savannah to participate in this important program for the next three Lenten seasons.  Living the Eucharist is a wonderful program of renewal that is focused upon what is most central to our Catholic faith, the Sunday Eucharist. It will promote a deeper understanding and greater appreciation of the gift of the Eucharist for everyone. Even if a person has been faithfully attending Mass for 80 years, there is always something more to perceive in the great mystery of the Lord’s death and resurrection which is celebrated in the Eucharist. I am happy that the Cathedral parish will be a part of this renewal and I encourage everyone to participate in some way. It is a very flexible program and there will be a comfortable way for everyone to experience it.”

The program consists of  six (6) 90-minute sessions over the six weeks of Lent. One Sign-Up Sundays will take place on January 27th and January 28th.  There will be announcements at all Masses describing the program and sign-up events.  Please consider becoming a small group leader, joining a small group, or participating with your family.  Also, please support this ministry by praying for our fellow parishioners as we experience this Lenten Journey. All study materials will be provided to the participants.

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