What is the Eucharistic Revival?

Our world is hurting; yet, amid our fallen world, Christ is present. Jesus radically tells us in John 6:41 that “the bread that I give is my flesh for the life of the world.” The Revival is a grassroots effort to bring this radical, life-giving promise to the world, inspiring a “movement of Catholics across the United States who are healed, converted, formed, and unified by an encounter with Jesus in the Eucharist.”

We are now in the Year of Parish Revival, fostering “Eucharistic devotion at the parish level, strengthening our liturgical life through faithful celebration of the Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, missions, resources, preaching, and organic movements of the Holy Spirit.” This will lead into in the first National Eucharistic Congress in the United States in almost fifty years from July 17-21, 2024 in Indianapolis, which will be followed by a year of going out on mission “for the life of the world.” 

40 Hours of Devotion Schedule

Forty Hours Devotion is a practice of continuous prayer before the Blessed Sacrament. Stop by any parish any hour – day or night – when they are offering this devotion to spend time in adoration. Some parishes may also offer Liturgy of the Hours, preaching, fellowship opportunities, and more. Consult parish websites and bulletins for full details as well as benediction and exposition times.

Parishes are Listed in Order by Date


Most Precious Blood, Fort Wayne: December 3-5 
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception: December 3-5
St. Mary of the Annunciation, Bristol: December 3-5
Immaculate Conception, Ege: December 7-8 



St. John Bosco, Churubusco: January 29-31 


St. Joseph, Garrett: February 11-13
Immaculate Conception, Auburn: February 18-20 
St. Charles Borromeo, Fort Wayne: February 25-27 


St. Joseph, Garrett: March 2-4
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Fort Wayne: March 3-5 
St. Casimir, South Bend: March 3-5 
St. Joseph, Fort Wayne: March 10-12 
St. Joseph, South Bend: March 17-19 
St. Joseph, Mishawaka: March 17-19 
St. John the Evangelist, Goshen: March 17-19
Queen of Angels, Fort Wayne: March 17-19


St. Vincent de Paul, Fort Wayne: April 14-16 
Blessed Sacrament, Albion: April 14-16
Our Lady of Good Hope, Apr 21-23
St. Adalbert, South Bend: April 21-23 
St. Robert Bellarmine, North Manchester: April 21-23 
Sacred Heart, Notre Dame: April 28-30


St. Joseph, LaGrange: May 12-14 


St. Anthony of Padua, Angola: June 2-4
St. John the Baptist, South Bend: June 23-25 


St. Augustine, South Bend: July 13 only – 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Every parish in the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend is participating in this initiative. If a parish is not listed, its 40 Hours of Devotion has passed.

Get involved! Parish and community events

Jesus longs for you to be healed, converted, formed, and unified by an encounter with Jesus in the Eucharist. Find parish and community happenings for the Eucharistic Revival on the diocesan events calendar.

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I AM HERE | Read Eucharistic Testimonies

Be inspired by stories of Eucharistic Devotion. To read stories provided by Catholics across the country, visit iamhere.org/parishes. Select “Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend” to read stories provided by members of our diocese.

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Parish Adoration Times

Below is a listing of submitted times throughout the Parish Year that parishes will be offering adoration. To have your parish’s adoration times added to this list, email [email protected]. This listing is alphabetized first by city name then by parish name.


Immaculate Conception, 500 East 7th Street
Tuesday: 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. in Chapel
5-6 p.m. in Church with Rosary at 6 p.m. followed by Mass at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.


St. Joseph, 1300 N Main St
Tuesday: 7-8 a.m.
Wednesday: 6-7 p.m.
First Friday of every month: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Church is open at all hours for private prayer


St. Dominic, 803 W Bike St