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The First-Ever Eucharistic Consecration

America is divided. 50 million Catholics have left the Church. And the world has run out of solutions. But God hasn’t. Sign the petition today and together let’s unleash Eucharistic Glory across America.

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Image of the following text: One Dream. We dream of consecrating America to Jesus in the Eucharist. One person at a time, One marriage at a time, One family at a time, One neighborhood at a time, One parish at a time, One diocese at a time, One country at a time. Imagine America consecrated to the Eucharist. Join us in this dream and together we can do something bold for God. Enter your email to sign the petition.

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The Eucharist is the Answer

The world is in Crisis. The Church is in Crisis. America is in crisis.

  • Our culture is more divided than at any time since the Civil War.
  • Rates of depression and anxiety are at their highest ever.
  • Mass attendance is at an all-time low.
  • 70% of Catholics don’t believe Jesus is truly present in the Eucharist.
  • More than 50 million Catholics in the United States have stopped practicing their faith in the past 30 years.

Behind each of these vast numbers is a human being and a soul, a family, and often a marriage. How do we turn the tide and forge a better future for the Catholic Church and America?

The key to answering that question is one piece of data that is more significant than all the data we have reflected upon collectively so far: Those who believe don’t leave. Believe what? Believe that Jesus is truly present in the Eucharist.

It’s easy to be critical and even easier to become overwhelmed by the challenges we face. But we all have some responsibility here, and we all have a role to play in renewing the Church and our country at this time. To reflect upon our role and responsibility, take a moment to consider this question: There are 72 million Catholics in America. What kind of impact would be possible if we were all united behind one dream?

The world has many problems. The Church has many problems. America has many problems. Many people believe that they are powerless to make a difference. But here’s the truth: you do have the power to create change. You have the power to help consecrate America to the Eucharist.

By signing this petition, you’re asking the Bishops of the United States to consecrate our country to the single greatest source of grace in the world—Jesus in the Eucharist.

This Eucharistic Consecration will make all the difference.

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What is Consecration?

Consecration is to devote yourself to God and make yourself 100 percent available to carry out His will on this earth. It is an act of unconditional surrender to God. Through the act of consecration, we dedicate ourselves abundantly, wholeheartedly, and completely to the will of God, surrender our distractions and selfishness, and promise to faithfully respond to God’s grace in our lives.

In the Book of Exodus, after the incident with the golden calf, Moses realized that the people had lost their way, and so he called them together and said, “Consecrate yourselves today to the Lord . . . that He may bestow upon you a blessing this day.” (Exodus 32:29)

In the First Book of Chronicles, after God chose Solomon to lead, David gave everything he had over to God and the people of Israel. And then he asked, “Who else among you will contribute generously and consecrate themselves to the Lord this day?” (1 Chronicles 29:5)

In the Book of Joshua, God’s chosen people entered the Promised Land after wandering in the desert for forty years. Joshua asked the priests to carry the Ark of the Covenant before the people and said, “Consecrate yourselves to the Lord, for tomorrow He will do wonders among you.” (Joshua 3:5) For the Jewish people, the Ark of the Covenant was God’s dwelling place on earth, God’s presence among them.

The Eucharist is God dwelling among us. And so, today I say to you, with Moses, David, and Joshua:

 

“Consecrate yourselves today to the Lord … that He may bestow upon you a blessing this day.”

 

 “Who else among you will contribute generously and consecrate themselves to the Lord this day?”

 

 “Consecrate yourselves to the Lord, for tomorrow He will do wonders among you.”


33 Days to Eucharistic Glory is the first ever guide to Eucharistic Consecration. Catholics have consecrated themselves to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, to Saint Joseph, Saint Raphael, Saint Michael the Archangel, Saint Anne, the Holy Spirit, the Miraculous Medal, Our Lady of Guadalupe, the Mediatrix of All Grace, Our Lady of Fatima, Our Lady of Lourdes, Our Lady of Czestochowa, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Our Lady of Sorrows, and to the Holy Trinity.

We believe it is time we consecrated ourselves to Jesus in the Eucharist—it is time for a Eucharistic Consecration.

Sign the petition to have the United States Bishops consecrate America to the Eucharist.

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Join the grassroots movement that is ensuring Catholics across the world understand the beauty, power, and privilege of the Eucharist.

Four Simple Steps

1. Sign the Petition

Do your part by signing one of the most important documents in Church history and encourage our bishops to Consecrate America to Jesus in the Eucharist.

2. Share It with Others

Share the truth. Share the joy. We can’t make this dream a reality without you. Share the petition with friends and family.

3. Consecrate Yourself

Fill your life with the astounding clarity and lasting joy that only Jesus can provide, by Consecrating yourself to Jesus in the Eucharist through 33 Days to Eucharistic Glory.

4. Join The International Society of the Eucharist

Nobody can do everything, but we can all do something. Don’t let what you can’t do interfere with what you can do.

Join one of the most passionate groups of Catholics in the world coordinating the effort in their communities. Click here to learn more.

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Join the grassroots movement that is ensuring Catholics across the world understand the beauty, power, and privilege of the Eucharist.

Ignite An Explosion of Grace in America

Grace is the assistance God gives us to do what is good, true, noble, and right. And there is no better way to receive God’s grace than through the Eucharist.

When you sign this petition, you will join thousands of others who are doing their part to shower our country with spiritual benefits:

  • Bring People Back to Faith
  • Invigorate Our Parishes
  • Heal Division in Our Culture
  • Inspire Our Leaders to Greatness
  • Sow the Seeds of Faith for Future Generations

Goals List

  • A formal consecration of America by the United States Bishops.
  • 1 million Catholics personally consecrated to the Eucharist by the end of 2024
  • Have every country in the world represented by a pilgrim when we consecrate the world to the Eucharist in Fatima, October 19-25, 2024. Learn more.

Become A Eucharistic Missionary

Looking for more ways to bring the consecration to your community? Once you’ve signed the petition, here’s what you can do:

  • Lead a Small Group. Guide the people in your life through 33 Days to Eucharistic Glory and watch as they encounter Jesus like never before. Get copies here.
  • Join. Become a member of The International Society of Eucharist. Let’s save future generations from losing their faith, and help as many as possible return to the genius of Catholicism. Your generosity will help us put 33 Days to Eucharistic Glory in the hands of every Catholic in America and consecrate our country to the Eucharist. Give here.
  • Become an Advocate. What we read today walks and talks with us tomorrow. Every day we are adding more resources to Eucharits.us to educate and inspire you about the power of the Eucharist. Come back often and share what you learn with others.
  • Stay Connected. As this movement gains momentum there will be simple but powerful ways you can help, so please read the messages we send you, because a lot of people doing a little can have an enormous IMPACT.

You don’t need to travel to foreign lands to become a missionary, your missionary efforts are needed right here at home. We would love to partner with you.

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  1. This Eucharistic Consecration is so powerful and so beautiful. It draws hearts right back to Jesus.

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