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encounter nec July 17-21, 2024

Encounter the National Eucharistic Congress with Marian University

July 17–21, 2024

Marian University, a great Catholic university, wants to journey with you and guide you through the experience.

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Marian University Pilgrim's Guide

The National Eucharistic Congress is happening in Indianapolis, Marian University seeks to journey with you during this monumental event. The last eucharistic congress was over 40 years ago and saint’s Mother Teresa and Pope John Paul 2nd were present! Next year we will have great speakers such as Fr. Mike Schmitz, Bishop Robert Barron, Sr. Miriam, Edward Sri, etc. By journeying with us, you will experience everything that the NEC has to offer all while getting to know other catholic high schoolers from all over the country and college students passionately living out the Gospel call in their own lives. Our hope for you is to have a profound encounter with Christ and His Church and discover your own eucharistic mission in the world. Below you can find all the details forhow you can participate in this opportunity.

Who

High school youth (current freshman through seniors) who are faith-filled leaders within your parish community, and any adult(s) who serves as a youth minister(s) for a parish/diocese.

When

Wednesday, July 17 through Sunday, July 21, 2024

Where

Marian University
3200 Cold Spring Road,
Indianapolis, Indiana 46222

How Much

$600/person includes NEC pass, overnight accommodations, meals, transportation from Marian University to downtown and back each day, and other giveaway items.

Marian University will serve as your pilgrim guide for the NEC experience.

Here are the key items we intend to provide you and your group:

Frequently Asked Questions

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Questions? Let's talk!
Contact Billy Cross
wcross@powerlinkministries.net
(317) 625-3851

 

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