The mission of the Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament is to respond to the hungers of the human family with the riches of God’s love manifested in the Eucharist (Rule of Life #3).
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The Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament is a eucharistic religious community. We minister in many lands and cultures, and in a variety of situations, but share a common vision and hope for a world renewed by the Eucharist.
Here in the USA, our ministry finds us serving in parishes and hospitals. We can also be found with the laity ministering to the needs of the poor and marginalized in our society. We do this and more, because the Spirit of God moves us, as it did our founder, Saint Peter Julian Eymard, the Apostle of the Eucharist, "to set the world afire with Eucharistic love!" And we invite all - religious, lay, and ordained - to share in this mission.Learn More Vocation Office
One of the most recognizable icons ever created is Andrei Rublev’s masterpiece The Trinity. Also called The Hospitality of Abraham, it depicts the three angels (messengers) who visited Abraham at the oak of Mamre, seated in communion around a table. This story, recounted in Genesis 18:1-8, is a window into ancient Semitic life, especially the […]
“Our communities are places of prayer, reconciliation and festive celebration, signs and leaven of the unity which the world seeks,”
(Rule of Life, 5).