Eucharistic Congress ‘wows’ 5,000 Catholic faithful

The Diocese of Knoxville celebrated its 25th anniversary in grand fashion Sept. 13-14 as some 5,000 faithful from throughout East Tennessee and around the country gathered in prayer and song, fellowship and worship at the Sevierville Events Center to rejoice the Holy Eucharist in the diocese’s first Eucharistic Congress. “Wow” was the general consensus as a lineup of Catholic luminaries shared their brands of theological insight and Christ-filled inspiration to convention center halls brimming with enthusiastic followers. Bishop Richard F.

Planning the diocese’s first Eucharistic Congress

25th Jubilee Year begins with historic celebration Sept. 13-14 at Sevierville Convention Center A special birthday is just one reason to celebrate a Eucharistic Congress, as the Diocese of Knoxville will do Sept. 13-14. So as the diocese’s first Eucharistic Congress draws near, plans are being finalized for 5,000 faithful to celebrate as the body of Christ the holy Eucharist. “The reason we are celebrating a Eucharistic Congress is because we want a very, very special way to bring the

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Diocese of Knoxville   Eucharistic Congress with Family Weekend   September 13-14, 2013   Silver Jubilee Year of Celebration   His Presence + Our Faith + Families Together In Christ You must register for the Eucharistic Congress and for lodging separately. Diocese of Knoxville 25th Anniversary Eucharistic Congress with Family Weekend September 13 & 14, 2013 * * EARLY BIRD Registration Discount until April 15th * * Register Now and Save!  Early Bird Registration for discount tickets ($15 for adult and $10 per child)

Eucharistic Congress

The Diocese of Knoxville celebrated its 25th anniversary in grand fashion Sept. 13-14 as some 5,000 faithful from throughout East Tennessee and around the country gathered in prayer and song, fellowship and worship at the Sevierville Events Center to rejoice the Holy Eucharist in the diocese’s first Eucharistic Congress. Cardinal Timothy Dolan Archbishop of New York and President of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Cardinal Dolan addresses the Congress for nearly an hour. View the video of his