Living Eucharist (Diocese of St. Petersburg) at 6363 9th Avenue North, Saint Petersburg, FL 33710 US - Home
Living Eucharist Conference
We will be able to accommodate limited walk-in registrations at the Tampa Convention Center on Friday and Saturday.
The Diocese of St. Petersburg’s Living Eucharist Conference set for Friday, April 30, and, Saturday, May 1, at the Tampa Convention Center. All people are invited to join us for this two day event. Registration is moving along and the target deadline is March 23.
Keynote speakers are internationally and nationally known (click for informaiton on keynote speakers…)
Living Eucharist is a diocesan wide initiative begun in 2007 with the introduction and promulgation of Bishop Robert Lynch’s Pastoral Letter, Living Eucharist: Gathered, Nourished, Sent.
The purpose of this Pastoral Letter is to foster a deeper understanding and experience of Eucharist. (more)
The diocese asks that parishes plan their Sunday liturgies for that day around a Eucharistic theme and highlight the overall themes of Bishop Lynch’s Pastoral Letter,Living Eucharist: Gathered, Nourished, Sent. With special emphasis on the theme for this year’s conference Sent - resources have been made available to all parishes to use as they plan for Living Eucharist Sunday.
Living Eucharist Sunday
In 2010 the focus is “Sent.” Now that we have gathered in Jesus’ name and have been nourished by His Body and Blood, we are sent as individuals and as a community to be Jesus to the world. Living Eucharist Sunday: In an effort to truly celebrate what the diocese has reflected ...
Bishop Lynch Introduces Supplement to his Pastoral Letter !
The Diocese of St. Petersburg is excited to announce that Bishop Robert Lynch has issued a Supplement to his 2007 Pastoral Letter, Living Eucharist: Gathered, Nourished, Sent. The purpose of this supplement is to focus on and unpack what it means for us as Catholics, a Eucharistic ...
NEW RESOURCE FOR LIVING EUCHARIST INITIATIVE: "COMMON THREADS" is a homily resource being offered to priests and deacons as a way to keep the Living Eucharist initiative before the parishes of the diocese. Not only is ...