National Eucharistic Congress 2018
Nightfever at “Adoremus Eucharistic Congress”

Nightfever is part of the National Eucharistic Congress “Adoremus”, which takes place in Liverpool from 7th to 9th of September 2018.

At the invitation of the English Bishops’ Conference, Father Andreas Süß and Anastasia Meyers are invited to talk about Nightfever in the 10,000-person Liverpool Echo Arena on Saturday afternoon. You can follow the congress and the talk about Nightfever in a livestream.
On Saturday night Nightfever takes place in the church “Blessed Sacrament Shrine”.

The National Eucharistic Congress is held by the bishops of England and Wales and takes place in Liverpool from 7th-9th September 2018.
The first day will be devoted to a theological symposium and workshops on Bible, Church, Eucharist and Catechesis. On the second day, International guests (e.g. bishop Robert Barron from the U.S.) will speak in front of the participants in the Echo Arena in Liverpool which can accommodate 10,000 pilgrims. The day ends with Adoration. The third day is open to everyone and ends with a pilgrim’s mass and a procession.
The last International Eucharistic Congress in England was held in 1908 when permission for a public procession of the Blessed Sacrament was refused.

Nightfever is part of the National Eucharistic Congress “Adoremus”, which takes place in Liverpool from 7th to 9th of September 2018.

At the invitation of the English Bishops’ Conference, Father Andreas Süß and Anastasia Meyers are invited to talk about Nightfever in the 10,000-person Liverpool Echo Arena on Saturday afternoon. You can follow the congress and the talk about Nightfever in a livestream.
On Saturday night Nightfever takes place in the church “Blessed Sacrament Shrine”.

The National Eucharistic Congress is held by the bishops of England and Wales and takes place in Liverpool from 7th-9th September 2018.
The first day will be devoted to a theological symposium and workshops on Bible, Church, Eucharist and Catechesis. On the second day, International guests (e.g. bishop Robert Barron from the U.S.) will speak in front of the participants in the Echo Arena in Liverpool which can accommodate 10,000 pilgrims. The day ends with Adoration. The third day is open to everyone and ends with a pilgrim’s mass and a procession.
The last International Eucharistic Congress in England was held in 1908 when permission for a public procession of the Blessed Sacrament was refused.

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