Want to re-live what happened at Adoremus – the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage and Congress? Our content is divided into the three main days of the event.
Bishop Robert Barron's excellent second keynote address at the Adoremus Eucharistic Congress 2018 in Liverpool reflecting on sainthood, sanctity and what makes us holy.
The Adoremus National Eucharistic Congress and Pilgrimage ended in driving rain with a procession of the Blessed Sacrament through the crowd-lined streets of Liverpool.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols led a time of prayer at Adoremus 2018 with Benediction and Exposition with Evening Prayer and gave a closing reflection at the conclusion of the Congress Day.
The Archbishop of Liverpool welcomes delegates attending the Adoremus Eucharistic Congress and Pilgrimage to the city on the second day - The Congress.
The first keynote address of the Adoremus 2018 Symposium Day was given by Rev Canon Mervyn Tower, Parish Priest of Corpus Christi church in Oxford grounding us in the Scriptural Context.
The second of three Adoremus Symposium keynote addresses delivered by the now-Bishop of Northampton the Right Reverend David Oakley focused on the Eucharist in the life of the Catholic Church.
Liverpool priest Fr Chris Thomas and Sr Moira Meeghan, a Sister of St Mary of Namur, are members of the Liverpool Archdiocesan Tutor Group providing initial training and in service for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion.
This Adoremus 2018 presentation, by Bishop Paul Mason and Father Paul Douthwaite, looked at the Ministry of the Eucharist in Hospitals and Prisons.
Author Dora Nash gives an Adoremus 2018 presentation on preparing children for their First Holy Communion in a completely Christocentric way helping the children encounter Jesus and the Church.
This Adoremus Symposium presentation, centred on the 1998 document 'One Bread, One Body', was led by Fr Dominic Robinson SJ and focused on the Eucharist and Christian Unity.