On Saturday, 14 September, the Catholic Church in England and Wales will gather at St Mary’s College, Oscott, for a special day dedicated to renewing and deepening devotion to the Eucharist. This event will include bishops, priests, and laypeople from all dioceses.

St Mary’s College holds historical significance as the venue for the first Eucharistic Procession since the Reformation.

Unlike the Adoremus event held in Liverpool in 2018, this gathering is not a public event. However, each diocese will be sending a limited number of pilgrims to participate.

To extend this devotion to those unable to attend in person, the Bishops of England and Wales invite all parishes to host a time of Exposition on Sunday, 15 September. This period of Exposition aims to unite the faithful in focusing on the Eucharist, as we anticipate the Jubilee Year with a renewed and deepened devotion.