Frequently Asked Questions

About the Assembly: Archdiocesan Eucharistic Congress on Friday, November 3

The Assembly is taking place on Friday, November 3 in your parish community.

Contact your parish or call 210-734-1952 to find your parish contact information.

About the Assembly: Archdiocesan Eucharistic Congress on Saturday, November 4

The Assembly is taking place on Saturday, November 4 at St. Mary’s University.

Assembly is being called a Eucharistic Congress this year in line with the 3-year National Eucharistic Revival which was started to revive our nation’s devotion, knowledge, and love of our Lord in the Eucharistic. In 2024, a National Eucharistic Congress will be taking place in Indianapolis from July 17-21, and every diocese has been asked to prepare for this momentous occasion by holding diocesan-level events centered around the Eucharist, including holding diocesan Eucharistic congresses and days of formation.

The Assembly is free, however, registration is required to participate on November 4 at St. Mary’s University. Click here to register today!

Check-in begins at 7:30 AM, so please arrive with enough time to park and orient yourself to the event space while checking-in.

Parents are welcome to bring children to the Assembly. To ensure everyone’s safety, children must remain with an adult at all times.

Child care will not be provided. Families are asked to stay together throughout our day.

Yes. Light refreshments and snacks will be provided.

Parking is free and available in designated lots only. Please see the map for details. In the spirit of the Assembly, please consider carpooling together.

The Assembly will include moments of encounter. Each “moment” can be thought of as a track focused on a unique topic and gear towards a specific audience. Read more about the moments of encounter here.

If you need medical assistance, look for an Archdiocesan staff member or volunteer to help you.

Yes. Please select this option when registering so that we can plan accommodations.

Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin, C.Ss.R., will be presenting in English and Father Fernando Torre, M.Sp.S., will be presenting in Spanish.

The presentations will not be bilingual. Read more about the keynote presenters here.

Yes. The moments of encounter will be presented bilingually.

Due to scheduling, participants will only have time to attend one moment of encounter as they all run concurrently.

Yes. When registering, each participant can select his or her own moment of encounter.

Call 210-734-1952 or email [email protected].

Call 210-734-1952 or email [email protected].

Call 210-734-1952 or email [email protected].

If you can’t be with us in person, the Assembly will be livestreamed by CTSA on, on Facebook, and on YouTube.

Online registration is now closed, but you can still join us! Registration and check-in will be available onsite in Lot T in front of Greehey Arena beginning at 7:30 a.m.

More Information

Send an email to [email protected], call 210-734-1952 or use the form below: