The heart of Blessed is She is the Eucharist. And we’ve joined with thousands of women all over the world in the pursuit of holiness through adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, prayer, and community.
We’ve hosted retreats and countless prayer nights all over the United States (and Ireland!) to facilitate a life-changing face-to-face Encounter with Jesus truly present in the Eucharist.
We want to help you do the same.
Learn more about Revival Nights and how Blessed is She can help you host one at your parish.
This pack is filled with resources your parish can use:
– a sample copy of our group study book called Dwell: A Study on the Eucharist
– handouts of How to Go to Mass Guide, How to do a Holy Hour Guide, and a trifold about Blessed is She women’s ministry
– printouts of our Conversation Cards to be used with donuts after Mass
Fill out the form to get the Parish Pack once we have all the items:
Our Blessed is She team has not only worked for years with hundreds of women starting and cultivating events, small groups, and more, but our focus is first and foremost on the Lord Himself.
We cannot serve from an empty cup, so we go to Him as our First Love, and only then can we be His vessels out in the world.
We offer prayer for and support to Community Group Leaders, parish coordinators, and even priests to help them plant and till the soil of Eucharistic revival.
I loved that the Revival at our parish attracted a crowd of women of all ages and parts of the area. The witness was inspiring. If you need adoration and don’t have it at your local parish this one was lovely. Our parish has regular adoration and our pastor has created an environment very complementary with that of the Blessed is She Revival. I love that BIS is working with our parish on these programs.
// an attendee in Illinois
The retreats “are a real powerful opportunity to be with women from a variety of ages,” Watson said, from grandmothers to millennials. At last year’s event at the Cathedral, “you could really feel the Holy Spirit.”
“I really didn’t expect how simple it was going to be — in a good way. The talk was beautifully straightforward and so full of advice that was really practical and helpful. And, the adoration time was the star of the show — and Jesus should be the star of the show. So, it was just everything you needed and nothing you didn’t want. It was kind of perfect.”