Resources for Small Groups

Small Group Study Resources

Small groups are a powerful way to see the fruit of the Revival at your parish! A study called Jesus and the Eucharist has been created specifically for the Year of Parish Revival and is provided to parishes free of charge, along with the training and support you need to be successful. This 7-session video series will be available on this page in time for you to lead this study at your parish in the fall or beginning in January.

National Eucharistic Revival Learn Platform

30+ videos from, Augustine Institute, and EWTN are available FREE here. Videos are available in both English and Spanish.  The series “PRESENCE/PRESENCIA” comes with a free discussion guide. Create a free account to access content.

Blessed Carlo Acutis

Blessed Carlo Acutis created an exhibition of over 100 Eucharistic miracles from around the world. This exhibit can be viewed HERE. A dozen miracles were specially chosen from Blessed Carlo Acutis’ exhibition to create our diocesan traveling exhibit. The exhibit will travel to all seven deaneries of the diocese during the National Eucharistic Revival.

If your parish or school would like to display the exhibit, please use this ONLINE FORM to make your request.

Forgiven: Sacrament of Confession

 Appreciate the Sacrament of Confession in this beautiful 3-part video series. Comes with a study guide.  Available in both English and Spanish.

Real + True

Learn more about what the Catechism of the Catholic Church says about the Holy Mass in these succinct and engaging videos. These videos are great to incorporate into discussion in the classroom, to use during presentations, to watch for small group discussion, and more. Study guides for groups are available on the Real + True website.

NCCW Study Guide and Eucharistic Journal

The National Council of Catholic Women also has a 6-part study guide on St. John Paul II’s “On the Eucharist” and a Eucharistic Journal available on their website, Access NCCW Study Guide HERE and the Eucharistic Journal HERE.

READ: Ecclesia de Eucharistia

Papal Encyclical by Pope St. John Paul II
“The Church draws her life from the Eucharist. This truth does not simply express a daily experience of faith, but recapitulates the heart of the mystery of the Church. In a variety of ways she joyfully experiences the constant fulfillment of the promise: “Lo, I am with you always, to the close of the age” (Mt 28:20), but in the Holy Eucharist, through the changing of bread and wine into the body and blood of the Lord, she rejoices in this presence with unique intensity.” Keep Reading

The Eucharistic Prayer

Dive deeper into the parts of the Mass through sacred art and music in this video presentation by Dr. Timothy O’Malley. Small-group discussions are included.