Announcements and News

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Tell us about your experience at this year’s Eucharistic Congress!

Thank you for attending this year’s Eucharistic Congress!  Please tell us about your experience by completing this short survey, available in English and Spanish. Also, you can relive this year’s Eucharistic Congress with videos of our speakers! These videos will be available in July.


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Stay Connected by Downloading Our App!

We’re excited to announce that our Eucharistic Congress app is returning for its second year! Built by myParish, this app will allow people to reference an up-to-date schedule of events, receive important notifications throughout the Congress, and easily access details of speakers, sessions and exhibitors.


STARVE WARS! Returns for a second Episode

Three billion people around the world live in poverty and face hunger on a daily basis. The Catechism reminds us that “the Eucharist commits us to the poor” (ccc 1397). Therefore, we will again kick off the Archdiocese of Atlanta’s 2017 Eucharistic Congress with our Friday morning meal packing event – STARVE WARS! EPISODE II – Families Feeding Families!


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We are now accepting Volunteers!

Our volunteer sign up form is now available. Sign up to be an amazing ministering volunteer at this years Eucharistic Congress. Sign Up Now!


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New Track for 2017 – A Middle School Track

We are very excited to announce the NEW Middle School Track for this year’s Eucharistic Congress on Saturday June 17th from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. This gathering for six to eight graders will include dynamic speakers, music and the opportunity to share your faith with hundreds of teens your age!


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Introducing the 2017 Eucharistic Congress Theme

The 2017 Eucharistic Congress will be on June 16-17 and will have the theme of, “As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.” Let’s welcome the Lord into our hearts. Let’s allow Him to transform us so we can become His hands and feet to go out into the world to serve our brothers and sisters in Christ. See you there!