You are never alone. In your brokenness, sorrows and frustrations, Jesus wants to say to you, “I am here".
In the Eucharist, Jesus comes to you so he can strengthen you. He comes to you so that you can be transformed into him, filled with his own life and make him present in the world.
This Lent, experience Jesus' Real Presence.
Click below to learn about the I AM HERE Campaign
I AM HERE is a campaign by the Archdiocese of Detroit and Hallow App in support of the National Eucharistic Revival.
The Diocese of Fall River is an I AM HERE partner.
Listen to the first I AM HERE meditation:
I am God: Start Here on Your Journey for Adoration
Find Eucharistic Adoration near you
Visit the Blessed Sacrament and choose one of the I AM HERE meditations to help you pray.
Consider spending time with Jesus by making Eucharistic Adoration a regular part of your life.
Access additional resources and opportunities below to help parishes and families delve deeper into Lent and the Eucharist.
Upcoming Opportunities in Lent
Eucharistic Nights & Relic Tour
with talks by Rev. Roger Landry
Monday, March 13th at 6pm EST
St. Anthony Church, 167 E Falmouth Hwy, East Falmouth, MA 02536
Tuesday, March 14th at 6:30pm EST
Holy Name Sacred Heart of Jesus Church
121 Mt Pleasant St, New Bedford, MA 02740
Wednesday, March 15th at 6pm EST
Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption 327 Second St, Fall River, MA 02721
Eucharistic Nights are free and open to the public. No pre-registration is required. Each night will include: talk by Rev. Roger Landry - National Eucharistic Preacher, Eucharistic Adoration, opportunity for Confession, segments of the Eucharistic Miracles exhibit, and the opportunity to venerate the first-class relics of Blessed Carlo Acutis and St. Manuel Garcia.
Becoming a Eucharistic People
Virtual talk with Dr. Tim O'Malley
Wednesday, April 19th at 6:30pm EST
Dr. Timothy P. O'Malley is a Catholic theologian, author, and professor. He serves in the McGrath Institute for Church Life at the University of Notre Dame as the director of education and academic director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy, with a concurrent appointment to the University of Notre Dame's Department of Theology. O'Malley is an executive member of the Eucharistic Revival and a theological consultant for Laity, Marriage, Family Life, and Youth with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. He researches and teaches at Notre Dame in the areas of liturgical-sacramental theology, marriage and family, catechesis, and spirituality. He is the author of a number of books, most recently both Real Presence and Becoming a Eucharistic People (Ave Maria Press, 2022) Dr. O'Malley is married and has two children. He is originally from Knoxville, TN.