Eucharistic Revival in Action (The Inner Life with Patrick Conley)

Ever find yourself thinking about how you grow in devotion to the Eucharist?  Patrick Conley had an amazing chat with Fr. Peter Armenio on “The Inner Life,” and it’s all about bringing our hearts closer to the Eucharist.

Fr. Peter got us thinking about our relationship with the Eucharist. It’s more than just receiving Communion at Mass. It’s about making the Eucharist a part of our everyday lives, visiting the Blessed Sacrament, and soaking in those quiet, powerful moments with God. 🙏

They touched on the Eucharistic Congress coming up! You can learn more here!

Fr. Peter shared something that struck a chord: Believing in Jesus isn’t just head stuff; it’s heart stuff. It’s about living out our faith with love and letting it guide our actions.

What’s super remarkable is hearing how every saint, from way back to modern times, had this incredible devotion to the Eucharist. Take St. Martin de Porres or the young, tech-savvy Blessed Carlo Acutis. Their lives were massively influenced by their love for the Eucharist. It goes to show, whether you’re a saint from the 15th century or a teenager in the 21st, the Eucharist has this timeless, transformative power. 🕊️

You also need to hear the stories about St. John Paul II! Whether he was sneaking away for a moment with the Eucharist or spending the night in prayer, his devotion was something else. It’s a reminder that sometimes, the most powerful moments come from just being with God, in the quiet of a chapel, offering our hearts. ❤️🙌

So, what does all this mean for us? It’s a call to make the Eucharist a real, living part of our lives. Not just on Sunday, but every day. Whether it’s a quick prayer, a moment of silence, or just being more present to those around us, it’s about letting that Eucharistic love transform us and, through us, the world. 🌎

How can we bring more of Jesus into our daily walk? How can we live out this Eucharistic revival in our own unique ways?

Be sure to check out the whole conversation!

Jake Moore serves as a Digital Audio Content Producer for Relevant Radio®. He is a graduate of Franciscan University of Steubenville, and is passionate about classic movies, Christian music, young adult ministry, and leading this generation to Christ through compelling media. You can listen to more of his podcasts at and on the Relevant Radio® app.