Encounter Christ’s Real Presence in the Eucharist on a Pilgrimage with Peter’s Way Tours! The National Eucharistic Revival is a movement to restore understanding and devotion to the great mystery of the Eucharist, inviting us to deepen our living relationship with Jesus Christ. A three-year plan initiated by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, the National Eucharistic Revival will culminate in the National Eucharistic Congress taking place July 17 – 21, 2024 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Congress will be a pivotal, unifying, and transformative moment for the Church in the United States, and Peter’s Way Tours is happy to be facilitating pilgrimage arrangements for this extraordinary event. Group leaders should use the “Request a Proposal” button below for assistance in planning their participation in 2024’s Congress.
Once the Congress has ended, it is the Year of Going Out on Mission! Having enkindled a missionary fire in the hearts of the American faithful, we’ll now share the gift of our Eucharistic Lord, just in time for the Church’s Jubilee year in 2025. Now is the time to visit places of Eucharistic Miracles throughout the world, from Italy to Portugal, France, and more. Contact Peter’s Way Tours to learn how you can deepen your relationship with the Eucharist through pilgrimage.
Take a Eucharistic Miracles Pilgrimage with Peter’s Way Tours!
Popular pilgrimage destinations where you can still see the evidence of miraculous events:
- The Miracle of Lanciano, Italy
- The Eucharistic Miracle of Santarém, Portugal
- The Corporal of Bolsena, Italy
- The Eucharistic Miracle of Cascia, Italy
- The Miracle of Blanot, France
- The Hosts of Siena, Italy
Blessed Carlo Acutis and Eucharistic Spirituality
Learn the story of Blessed Carlo Acutis and be inspired by his love for the Eucharist.
Blessed Carlo Acutis had a love for pilgrimage, especially to the sites of Eucharistic miracles. The Italian teenager and avid computer programmer spent four years creating a website cataloging every Eucharistic miracle around the world. “The more often we receive the Eucharist, the more we will become like Jesus, so that on this earth we will have a foretaste of heaven,” he wrote. A devout young man, Acutis was diagnosed with leukemia and passed away at age 15. He was buried in Assisi and declared Blessed by Pope Francis in 2020 after a miracle was attributed to him: the healing of a young Brazilian boy from a rare disease after he touched a photo of Acutis. His Eucharistic spirituality has inspired masses around the world, who honor his memory on pilgrimage to Assisi.