History

Eucharistic evangelizing is sharing the good news of God’s love in the Eucharist.

In 1989, Robert Rousseau, a Blessed Sacrament priest, created Life in the Eucharist (LITE), using the best practices and theory of adult religious education to introduce laity and clergy to the essential elements of a comprehensive understanding of the Eucharist and a dynamic eucharistic spirituality. In this, he followed the example of Saint Peter Julian Eymard (1811-1868), the Apostle of the Eucharist, who sought to bring the eucharistic fire to the ends of the earth and share with the church of his day a vision of the Eucharist which would renew Christian living and transform society.

Out of this groundbreaking work―today found across the United States and in other countries worldwide―grew the Center for Eucharistic Evangelizing. The CEE offers a variety of educational programs and resources on the Eucharist and eucharistic spirituality for parishes and dioceses, as well as experienced teams and speakers.

  • Life in the Eucharist (LITE)―Sacramental Reflections
  • Life in the Eucharist (LITE)―Scriptural Reflections
  • Team Training Program for Life in the Eucharist (LITE)
  • The Eucharistic Parish Renewal
  • Apostle of the Eucharist―The Life and Legacy of Saint Peter Julian Eymard
  • The Catechism of the Catholic Church and the Eucharist
  • Manna―Three-Volume Series of Topics Related to Eucharistic Spirituality

Contact us to see how we can be of service to your diocese or parish.

Center for Eucharistic Evangelizing
Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament
5384 Wilson Mills Road
Cleveland, OH 44143

Telephone: (440) 442-4734
E-mail: [email protected]

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