Parish Revival Events

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Thursday Jan. 25 at 6:30 p.m. and Friday, Jan. 26, at 9:15 a.m. Dominican Father Gregory Liu, parochial vicar of St. Dominic Parish in Benicia will give a presentation on "Thomas Aquinas on the Eucharist -- A commentary on the Sequence Lauda Sion, in St. Thomas' Own Words." Join Father Gregory for a presentation on the genius of St. Thomas Aquinas in how he used poetry to describe the Eucharistic teaching of the Church. See how the angelic doctor inspires our devotion to the Eucharist, Especially during this year of the Eucharistic Revival. For more information, visit Or contact Father Gregory at 510-501-6639 or St. Dominic Parish is located at 475 East I St. in Benicia.

July 2023 to July 2024: The Sutter Buttes Deanery is currently hosting a Eucharistic Camino.Pilgrimage, with an event hosted by a different parish each month. The next Camino event is on Wednesday, Jan. 17 at 6 p.m. at St. Monica Parish in WIllows. For a full schedule of events, visit

Saturday, March 9, 2024. Diocesan Eucharistic Congress. Saturday. 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Three simultaneous gatherings in Sacramento to celebrate the Eucharistic Revival. In Spanish at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish, 711 T St; in English at St. Francis of Assisi Parish, 1066 26th St; and for youth at Immaculate Conception Parish, 3263 First Ave. The congress will feature music, food and speakers, and culminate with Mass and a eucharistic procession from each of the three locations to the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament at 1017 11th St. for Night Fever from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Speakers during the day will include Priscilla Garza, Father Augustine Torres, CFR, and Rhyan Ramirez. More information at

Tuesday - Friday, May 21-24, 2024 : National Eucharistic Pilgrimage in the Diocese of Sacramento. A group of perpetual pilgrims will travel through our Diocese on the way to Indianapolis for the National Eucharistic Congress.  The journey in the diocese of Sacramento starts at St. Vincent, Vallejo, and ends at St Theresa, South Lake Tahoe.  The voyage starts on a boat from Vallejo ending in Clarksburg on day One with stops at St. Dominic, Benicia and St. Joseph, Rio Vista. Day one is focused on farm workers.  On day two there will be a procession across the Tower Bridge to the cathedral for mass and a side trip to Loaves and Fishes for adoration with people experiencing homelessness.  Day three starts inside Folsom prison for mass with a procession to St. John the Baptist parish, that evening there will be a Holy Hour for Youth at Holy Trinity in El Dorado Hills. Day four starts in Placerville with mass at Saint Patrick’s Parish, a procession to the Mother Theresa Maternity Home for adoration with moms in need, and then an evening Holy Hour at St Theresa, South Lake Tahoe and a sunset cruise across the lake to the Diocese of Reno highlighting the beauty of God’s creation.  All are invited to join the perpetual pilgrims at the voyage in the river, masses, processions and holy hours during these 4 days.  Information is available at