This page provides registered Parish Point Persons with the resources and training they need to spark local revival. In order to be effective in this role, you will also need support and connection with the national movement. If you are interested in serving your parish in this way, click here.
Thank you for answering the call to be a Parish Point Person.
Your enthusiasm and effort will bear great fruit as the Holy Spirit brings renewal to our nation, starting at the local level.
This portal contains the resources and training you need to accomplish your mission, such as the Leader’s Playbook, detailed guides and training sessions for each of the four invitations of the Year of Parish Revival, and promotional kits to assist you in spreading the word at your parish.
Connect with us on the first Tuesday of every month for an exclusive webinar! Each meeting will include prayer, updates, and timely announcements.
On this month's exclusive Parish Point Person Webinar for the National Eucharistic Revival, hear from Father Leo Patalinghug.
Fr. Leo is a priest member of a community of consecrated life, Voluntas Dei (The Will of God). His diverse background as an award-winning chef, radio and TV host, gives him a unique perspective on ministry and family life., the Executive Director of the National Eucharistic Congress!
Webinar goes from 8:00pm - 9:00pm EDT (US- Eastern time) followed by optional small groups ending around ~9:20pm EDT.
Connect with us on the first Tuesday of every month for an exclusive webinar! Each meeting will include prayer, updates, and timely announcements. Click the link below to let us know you want to be notified of all upcoming webinars and trainings!
SEPTEMBER WEBINAR FEATURING SR. ALICIA TORRES
Join us Tuesday, September 5th as Sr. Alicia Torres, General Editor for the Heart of the Revival Newsletter, shares about the first invitation of the Year of Parish Revival, Reinvigorating Worship. Sign up below and plan to join us on Tuesday, September 5th at 8pm ET.
Parish Point Person Webinar featuring Tim Glemkowski
At November's exclusive Parish Point Person Webinar for the National Eucharistic Revival, we heard from Tim Glemkowski, the Executive Director of the National Eucharistic Congress! Tim focused on helping re-ground us with the “why” of the National Eucharistic Revival, and how God has called each one of us to a unique role in this movement.
Our special guest in October was Lisa Brenninkmeyer, the creator of Walking with Purpose. Together, we explored the difficulties we face in leading people to Christ in a post-Christian culture, and Lisa shared 5 steps we can take to better evangelize our own communities. Click the thumbnail above to watch the recording!
Sr. Alicia Torres has been serving as the Managing Editor for the Heart of the Revival Newsletter and is a member of the Revival Executive Team. On this month's exclusive Parish Point Person Webinar for the National Eucharistic Revival, Sr. Alicia shares about the first invitation of the Year of Parish Revival, Reinvigorating Worship.
Bishop Andrew Cozzens explains how local Revival leaders, called Parish Point Persons, play a key role in spearheading this exciting movement at the parish level.
Curious how to connect with fellow leaders? In June, Kris Frank and Matt Meeks hosted a webinar to walk through our exclusive group on Catholic.Church, created specifically for Parish Point Persons!
Many Catholics come to church out of obligation, not out of authentic desire and love for the liturgy. But the Mass is not a box to check—it is a powerful supernatural gift! Parish Point Persons will help bring renewed emphasis to the celebration of the liturgy, encouraging parishioners to fall back in love with the ancient beauty of these holy rites.
After reading the recommendations for reinvigorating worship in the Leader’s Playbook, discuss and discern with your pastor what your parish could do to answer this invitation.
Consider increasing use of incense or incorporating theologically potent Eucharistic hymns into upcoming liturgies. Free sheet music for the hymns that won the Eucharistic Revival Musical Competition is available here.
Jesus desires a deep, personal relationship with each individual who visits your pews. But it is impossible to even begin that relationship unless they first meet him personally! This invitation is about creating space for Jesus to speak—either for the first time or simply in a new way.
In this Year of Parish Revival, you are invited to host monthly Encounter Nights, featuring Eucharistic adoration and the Sacrament of Confession. Clickto download the Encounter Nights Guide—your detailed roadmap to plan and lead transformative evenings of worship that resonate deeply with your congregation.
A recent Pew study found that a shocking number of Catholics simply don’t know what the Church teaches about the Eucharist. This is an invitation to change that!
Start by instituting Eucharistic small groups at your parish. These groups gather regularly to have their faith nourished by kerygmatic Eucharistic teaching and to support one another in their faith. This intimate style of learning will enable parishioners to form tighter connections and grow together in the safety of a group they know. Below you will find the training, resources, and content you need to be successful in this initiative.
If we aren’t eager to share the Good News, have we really internalized it? This invitation is all about outreach—sharing what we have received and allowing ourselves to act as vessels for God’s love and mercy.
A living faith will overflow into your community. As a Parish Point Person, we encourage you to invite your parish to recommit to serving the poor in new ways. Also, the upcoming “Invite One Back” campaign will be an exciting opportunity to bring lapsed brothers and sisters home. More details will be released soon.
Jesus and the Eucharist Small Group Study
Join Our Online Community
We’ve put together a new group on Catholic.Church where you are able to receive support, build community, share successes and pray with other Parish Leaders around the country. Watch this special webinar with Matt Meeks, the founder of Catholic.Church, to learn more about this inspiring community.
Then create your free account below, and we’ll see you online!