As we embark on the Year of the Eucharist, Bishop Robert says,

“It’s an opportunity, he says, to re–connect with the Sacramental Church – Christ in the Eucharist at the source and summit of our Catholic faith.”

“We’re having a year of the Eucharist, linked with the synodal process that the Holy Father has asked us to engage with. It’s an opportunity for all of us to reflect on how we listen to the Lord in the power of the Holy Spirit.”

Throughout the year we have the following aims:

Our Hopes

In this ‘Year of the Eucharist’ we hope to:

Revitalise and renew our faith through a deepening prayer and devotion of the Eucharist.

Grow as a Diocese in our love and appreciation of the Eucharist.

Deepen our appreciation of the liturgical celebration of the Eucharist through the rites.

Celebrate Eucharist as being at the heart of the life and mission of the Church, gathering people back.

Go out to love and serve the world nourished by the Eucharist.

Various events, invitations, publications and resources will be available this coming year. To receive these directly to your inbox sign up to the mailing list by email and keep an eye on the Diocesan website for the adverts as the year unfolds.