As Jesus in the Eucharist is the Source and Summit of Our Faith, CEMA Apostolates work to bring souls to Jesus in the Eucharist via the Call to Confraternity, the Call to Consecration, and the Call to Divine Mercy. To that end, each apostolate works to share that reality in varied and unique ways. always understanding that Jesus in the Eucharist IS the means of our salvation.
CEMA is encouraging participation in the National Eucharistic Congress through the Marian Pilgrim Statue processions spearheaded by two members of CEMA; the Marian Devotional Movement in Canada and the Blue Army in the United States.
The pilgrim statue processions of Our Lady of the Cape and Our Lady of Fatima to Indianapolis in 2024 will visibly demonstrate Our Blessed Mother's accompaniment on this Eucharistic Revival journey we have begun together.
These processions compliment in a profound way the 4 walking pilgrimages already planned. The Pilgrim Statue Processions and National Eucharistic Congress mirror the historic 1947 Marian Congress held in Ottawa, Canada, whereby more than one million souls participated in 40 days of procession to a five day Congress featuring uninterrupted opportunities to attend Holy Mass and receive the sacrament of reconciliation.
CEMA will unite in prayer with the shrines, bishops and clergy that will take part in processions gathering the intentions of the faithful to be brought to the National Eucharistic Congress.