Every year in June, the Archdiocese of Atlanta brings Catholics together at the Eucharistic Congress - a spiritual, multicultural conference celebration of Jesus truly present in the Blessed Sacrament.
Archbishop Wilton Gregory has chosen “I Will Be With You Always" as the theme to celebrate this year's 20th Anniversary of the Eucharistic Congress. A promise kept most completely in the Holy Eucharist.
At the Eucharistic Congress, various connections are made that last a lifetime – friendships, spiritual moments, and family togetherness. This is a real opportunity to reconnect with friends, spend quiet time in prayer.
Worship with thousands who share the Catholic faith and experience the joyful renewal of your own faith.
Admission is Free.
Listen to powerful testimonials from inspirational speakers such as Lino Rulli, Alan Ames, Teresa Tomeo, Father Robert Barron and more.
Processions for First Communicants are at the Saturday morning Benediction and Saturday evening Mass.
Confessions will be heard on Friday evening at the East Ballroom Lobby from 8 p.m.-9:30 p.m.
Saturday, from 12 noon- closing at 3:30 p.m. confessions will be heard in the East Ballroom Lobby in English, Spanish, and other languages when available displayed at that location only. People with specials needs or very elderly are accommodated also at this location. Spanish and English confessions only will be heard in the South Ballroom Lobby outside of the kid's track location.
It takes 600 Volunteers to bring the Congress to Life.