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Vocation Pilgrimage Weekends

with the Daughters of St. Paul

Join the Daughters of St. Paul around the country

as we participate in the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage

leading up to the National Eucharistic Congress



Our Vocation Pilgrimages are mission weekends spent in community with the Daughters of St. Paul. Learn about our Eucharistic spirituality and media mission, participate in the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage as it passes through our cities, help bring our mission to the people we encounter, and pray and contemplate Jesus in the Eucharist.

Where & When

July 5-7

St. Louis, MO


Vocation Pilgrimage weekends are open to single Catholic young women ages 18-30, who are interested in learning more about vocational discernment, religious life, and the Daughters of St. Paul.






-Evening Prayer


-Talk: "The Eucharist, Pilgrimage, and




-Morning Prayer



-Talk: "From Eucharist to Mission, from

Mission to Eucharist"

-Participate in National Eucharist Pilgrimage


-Pilgrimage (continued)

-Hour of Adoration





-Morning Prayer



-Talk: "Where Is Humanity Going?"

-Prayer and Reflection


-Sharing on Pilgrimage Experience

-Hour of Adoration



Vocation Pilgrimage weekends are taking place in four of our communities, in different cities, on different weekends. Choose the location and weekend that best fit your location and schedule, and click the button to apply!

July 5-7, 2024
St. Louis, MO


Contact Sr. Emily Beata


Phone: 703-549-3806

What is the National Eucharistic Revival?

I am the living bread that came down from heaven; whoever eats this bread will live forever;

and the bread that I will give is my flesh for the life of the world. (John 6:51)

In a world that is hurting in so many ways, Jesus promises to restore and renew his people. Many people today do not know the very source of their strength—Jesus in the Eucharist—who offers them the healing they long for. The National Eucharistic Revival is a movement to restore understanding and devotion to the great mystery of the Eucharist by renewing us in our worship of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist, and in our service to his poor, hurting world.

The National Eucharistic Revival is a three-year experience of the power of the Eucharistic Jesus in the world today. It will culminate in the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage, May 17 to July 16, 2024, with thousands of pilgrims journeying on foot with Jesus in the Eucharist from the four corners of the country. The Pilgrimage will converge on the city of Indianapolis, IN, the site of the 10th National Eucharistic Congress, July 17-21, 2024.

How are the Daughters of St. Paul connected to the National Eucharistic Revival?

You were born of the Eucharist. Your food is the Eucharist. The Pauline life is born of the Tabernacle. (Bl. James Alberione, Founder of the Daughters of St. Paul)

The life and mission of the Daughters of St. Paul is born from and rooted in the Eucharist. Every day, each of us prays an Hour of Adoration (called our "Visit with Jesus") and we bring to Him all the hopes and joys, sorrows and difficulties of the world.

This time with Jesus in the Eucharist fills us with his love and mercy and enables us to proclaim this love to the whole world and to every person as we communicate the Gospel through all forms of media.

We Daughters of St. Paul embrace the opportunity offered by the National Eucharistic Revival to be renewed in our worship of Jesus in the Eucharist, and in living Eucharistic lives of service to the poor and vulnerable. As we walk alongside people—whether we walk on pilgrimage or with various media presences and projects—we seek to "live and give Jesus Christ," as our Founder said.

We are excited to join with the Church in the United States in Eucharistic Revival, in the Eucharistic Pilgrimage, and at the National Eucharistic Congress--and we invite you to join us!

"There is no greater gift we can give this poor, proud world than Jesus Christ, Way, Truth, and Life" (Bl. James Alberione).

Prayer to Know Jesus in the Eucharist

Jesus, Divine Master, I thank and bless your most lovable Heart for the great gift of the Holy Eucharist. Your love makes you dwell in the holy tabernacle, renew your passion in the Mass, and give yourself as food for our souls in Holy Communion. May I know you, O hidden God! May I draw salutary waters from the font of your Heart. Grant me the grace to visit you every day in this sacrament, to understand and actively participate in Holy Mass, to receive Holy Communion often with faith and love. Sweet heart of my Jesus, make me love you more and more. Amen.

From the writings of Blessed James Alberione

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