The Real Presence Project

The Eucharist has always been at the heart of my work. As many of you know, it was my experience of uncovering the biblical roots of the Mass that drew me into the Catholic Church.

But right now the Church—and our world—are in a moment of crisis. We’re hearing more and more about dwindling Church attendance, and about the staggering statistics that reveal just how few Catholics believe that the Eucharist is really the Body and Blood of Our Lord.

I have an urgent project that I want to share with you and all Catholics. It’s the Real Presence Project: an initiative explicitly focused on promoting the reality of Christ’s Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity truly present in the Eucharist.

I invite you to join me in deepening our understanding and love of the Eucharist, and then to share that love and understanding with others.

Right now, I want you to take the quiz linked below so that we can recommend resources or opportunities that will be most helpful to you.

Lastly, please remember that no matter how much we read, learn, or discuss our faith, the truest way to share is through encounter. Please spend time with our Lord, and invite others to do the same. Thank you and God bless you!

Educate Yourself

Take Our Quiz

Evaluate what you know about the Eucharist.

This will help us provide the best resources for your faith journey.

Browse Our Eucharistic Resources

From beginner catechesis to academic textbooks, we have something for everyone. But we recommend Dr. Hahn’s The Eucharist in Scripture no matter what level you’re at.

Encounter Our Lord

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Add a Daily Mass

Since the Eucharist truly is the body, blood, soul, and divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ, try to make time for an extra Mass during your busy week. Go receive Him!

Evangelize Others

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It seems so simple, but it could change a life. The Real Presence Project is for fallen away Catholics as much as it is for practicing Catholics.

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Our priests reach more Catholics than most of us will ever reach. Make sure your priest knows you support him. Share our resources and events—or better yet, buy a book for him!

Equip Our Seminarians

The Eucharist by Lawrence Feingold is rapidly becoming the standard text for Seminarians. Help us provide this excellent resource for more seminaries through a bulk order or donation.