Priests & Deacons

“Christ…as high priest of the good things to come…, entered once for all into the Holy Place, taking not the blood of goats and calves but his own blood, thus securing an eternal redemption.” + Hebrews 9:11-12

Priests & Deacons

“Christ…as high priest of the good things to come…entered once for all into the Holy Place, taking not the blood of goats and calves but his own blood, thus securing an eternal redemption.”
+ Hebrews 9:11-12

Online Preaching Resources

Practical resources to help you effectively incorporate the Eucharist into your homiletics and parish mystagogy. More resources to come!

  1. The Fifth and Best Mark of the Church | via Catholic Answers

For Further Personal Study

By no means an exhaustive list of academic literature, links, and papal documents pertaining to the Eucharist and Liturgy to "renew the mind" regarding the most Blessed Sacrament. More resources to come!

Recursos personales académicos/de estudio

  1. Documentos Pontificios sobre la Eucaristía
  2. Mysterium Fidei (“El Misterio de la Fe”) por San Pablo VI (1965); 
  3. Ecclesia de Eucharistia(“La Iglesia Vive de la Eucaristía”) por San Juan Pablo II (2003)
  4. Sacramentum Caritatis(“Sacramento de la Caridad”) por el Papa Benedicto XVI (2007).
  5. Carta apostólica Dies Domini (“Santificacion del Domingo”) port San Juan Pablo II

Documentos de la USCCB

  1. El misterio de la Eucaristía en la vida de la Iglesia | Descargue el documento de la USCCB de 2021 sobre la Eucaristía, el texto fuente doctrinal para el Avivamiento Eucarístico.
  2. Participación litúrgica
  3. La presencia real de Jesús | Los obispos de los Estados Unidos abordan preguntas frecuentes sobre la enseñanza de la Iglesia acerca de la presencia real de Jesús en la Eucaristía al igual que otros recursos explicando la Misa.

Catecismo de la Iglesia Catolica

  1. Sacramento de la Eucaristía
  2. I. La Eucaristía, fuente y cumbre de la vida eclesial
  3. II. El nombre de este sacramento
  4. III. La Eucaristía en la economía de la salvación
  5. IV. La celebración litúrgica de la Eucaristía
  6. V. El sacrificio sacramental
  7. VI. El banquete pascual
  8. VII. La Eucaristía, Pignus futurae gloriae
  9. VIII. Resumen

Recursos de Caballeros de Colón

Los Caballeros de Colón ofrecen videos educativos, entrevistas, artículos y más para ayudarle a crecer en su relación con Jesús en el Santísimo Sacramento.

  1. Avivamiento Eucaristico
  2. Guía de Procesiones Eucarísticas
  3. Eucaristía

Eucharistic Amazement Planning Ideas

Here is a list of opportunities for encounter to help fuel your discernment of how to instill Eucharistic Amazement within your parishes, schools, and families.

  1. Focus on offering vibrant liturgies and Eucharistic preaching
  2. Offer Eucharistic Amazement Adoration opportunities and Reconciliation
  3. Offer a vibrant Corpus Christi celebration
  4. Read and Promulgate On Keeping the Lord's Day Holy (Dies Domini) St. John Paul II
  5. Promote sabbath rest and Eucharistic renewal to parishioners and Community
  6. Sign up to receive National Eucharist Revival Updates and inspiration
  7. Discuss with other priests any of these suggested texts: General Instruction of the Roman Missal
  8. The Power of Silence: Against the Dictatorship of Noise by Robert Cardinal Sarah
  9. The Spirit of the Liturgy by Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger (Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI)
  10. Attend Priest study day on Eucharistic Amazement November 29 at Holy Trinity in Lenexa 1-4 p.m.
  1. Share National Eucharist Revival free courses at
    https://www.eucharisticrevival.org/learn-resources

  2. Promote liturgy workshops for musician and lay ministers (option Michael Podrebarac) 

  3. Offer parish liturgical training and workshops on Eucharist for the parish

  4. Share The Veil Removed video theveilremoved.com

  5. Offer a Mass that is Explained (option Dr. Mike Scherschligt)

  6. Invite Dr. Mike Scherschligt to say a Eucharistic Rosary and catechesis

  7. Invite Dr. Mark Zia or Sebastian D'Amico (Bilingual) to give Shroud of Turin
    Presentation

  8. Offer That Man is You/Journey/CHIRP/retreats/ small groups That focus on sacraments

  9. Facilitate Called and Gifted or other charism discernment process to foster Eucharistic
    listening

  10. Offer Forgiveness 101 course (https://www.forgivenessinstitutekc.com/) to prepare
    communicants

  11. Offer discipleship and evangelization equipping (Convocation in a Box) (Emily Lopez)

  12. Display traveling Eucharistic miracle posters inspired by Carlos Acutis’ website (Rick
    Cheek)

  1. Implement Generation Adoration or other Adoration opportunities for school and S.O.R.
  2. Facilitate the sharing of Eucharistic testimonies
  3. Adoration and/or Mass with small groups/classes/teams
  4. First Fridays Adoration for school community 
  5. Eucharistic Retreats (option Prairie Star Ranch and Camp Tekakwitha summer camp)
  6. Promote Eucharistic Art Show offered by Catholic Fine Arts Council (high school
    students)
  1. Encourage families to have a sacred space or holy corner in their home
  2. Encourage families to have a Holy Water Font filled in your home
  3. Teach family prayer forms like Night Prayer and Salve Regina
  4. Use Catholic Household Blessings and Prayers (N.E.) to commemorate family occasions
  5. Impress on families the sacredness of mealtimes (breaking of the bread)
  6. Encourage parents to bless their children with the sign of the cross
  1. Promote Encounter School Formation
  2. St. Cecelia Mass w/Scola offered by the Catholic Fine Arts Council at Savior on Nov. 18
  3. Encourage Men to attend a Eucharistic retreat i.e. Men Under Construction, Fire Retreat
  4. Promote Camp Tekakwitha (Eucharistic Instruction) for youth and families
  5. Encourage women to attend a Eucharistic retreat i.e. Tekakwitha Women’s Retreat
  6. School of Faith monthly Reclaim Sunday Gatherings, classes and immersion retreats
  7. Catholic Charities Eucharistic Amazement experiences (Dec. 2 Shalom House at S.H. dedication)

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Deacon Dana Nearmyer

ArchKCK Director of Evangelization

Deacon Dana Nearmyer heads up the Office of Evangelization for the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas. His role is to serve pastors and parish leaders in the area of Evangelization.

Emily Lopez

Lead Consultant for Adult Evangelization

Emily partners with pastors and lay leaders to talk with them about their parish identity, their vision, their parish’s strengths and weaknesses, and how they see evangelization being improved in their community.

 

Karla Melgar

CONSULTANT FOR EVANGELIZATION

Karla is excited to be part of the Evangelization team; to share her experience in collaboration with others and serve as a bridge between English-speaking and Spanish-speaking communities.

Lee McMahon

CONSULTANT FOR EVANGELIZATION

With an extensive background in media and digital content creation, Lee is looking forward to partnering with pastors and parish leaders to provide them with the tools they need to fulfill the great commission.

Emily Lopez
Director of Adult Evangelization

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