The Missionaries of the Most Holy Eucharist are pleased to announce Deacon Declan Gibson was ordained to the priesthood in France on Sunday, June 26, 2016 by Bishop Dominque Rey.  Please keep Fr. Declan and the Missionaries of the Most Holy Eucharist in your daily prayers.


Missionaries of the Most Holy Eucharist now offering Eucharist Retreats in the United States

The Missionaries of the Most Holy Eucharist have established a Eucharistic Retreat Center in the United States offering silent and preached retreats to laity, religious and clergy.  The center is located in the beautiful Seminary of the Immaculate Conception in Huntington, New York on Long Island.  Surrounded by hundreds of acres of magnificent countryside, on the North Shore of the island, the seminary offers an ideal location for the person who needs a break from hectic daily life, so as to listen to the voice of the One who speaks most powerfully in silence.  For more details….  Read More


Upcoming Day Retreats at the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception

2016 – Sunday, November 13

2017 – Sunday, January 22; February 26; April 2 and May 21

To register for a Day Retreat at the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception contact:  mostholyeucharist@gmail.com.


Upcoming Parish Missions in the United States

The Missionaries respond to mission requests from parishes wanting to establish Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration and those with existing Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Chapels in need of renewals.  To schedule a parish mission contact:  carol@mostholyeucharist.org.


October 15-19:  Divine Mercy Perpetual Adoration Chapel, 469 Delaware Avenue, Kingston, NY  12401

November 27-30:  St Magdalen de Pazzi, 105 Mine Street, Flemington, NJ  08822

December 3-7:  St. Thomas Aquinas, 324 NE Oak Street, Camas, WA  98607


January 14-18:  Holy Apostles Catholic Church, 4925 N. Carefree Circle, Colorado Springs, CO  80917

January 21-25:  St. William Catholic Church, 620 Round Rock West Drive, Round Rock, TX  78681

January 28-Feb. 1:  St. Mary of the Assumption, 684 S. 3rd Street, Columbus, OH  43206

February 4-8:  St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception, 515 Beall Avenue, Wooster, OH  44691

March 4-8:  St. Monica Catholic Church, 2001 N. Western, Edmond, OK  73012



Who are we?

The “Missionaries of the Most Holy Eucharist” is a public clerical association, which has for its charism the promotion of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in parishes and dioceses. The association was erected by Bishop Dominique Rey, bishop of Fréjus-Toulon on July 17th 2007 in Paray-le-Monial, the sanctuary where Jesus made known to St. Margaret Mary his “thirst” to be loved in the Blessed Sacrament.

The moderator is Fr. Florian Racine and the association is composed of priests, deacons, religious and laity with varying degrees of commitment. There are both permanent and associate members. It is based in the town of Saint Maximin, France and is in charge of the Basilica which contains the relics of Saint Mary Magdalene.

It is a Eucharistic community set up for the Eucharistic Reign of Jesus in ourselves and in the world. Its goal is the establishment of perpetual adoration in parishes and the formation of adorers so that they will be able to love Jesus and make Him loved.

Our mission?

In accordance with its statutes the community seeks to:

  1. Encourage the practice of Eucharistic adoration by means of preached and silent retreats, parish missions, organizing conferences and congresses.
  2. Organize perpetual adoration in parishes and towns in such a way that the Blessed Sacrament be exposed solemnly and adored unceasingly.
  3. Give Jesus a guard of honour and love by inviting parishioners to choose a weekly hour of adoration and by helping them to remain faithful to it.
  4. To create links between parishes which already have adoration.
  5. To organize, wherever necessary, parish missions for the renewal of existing adoration chapels thus reinforcing the chain of prayer and deepening the prayer life of adorers.
  6. To assist in the establishment of Eucharistic centres or diocesan Eucharistic sanctuaries.

To what end?

Christ’s Real Presence in the Eucharist merits a response of love and adoration on the part of the Church which is His Beloved Bride. In perpetual adoration the Bride of Christ is prepared for the Eternal Marriage of the Lamb. With faith and love she prays : « Maranatha, come Lord Jesus » (Rev. 22 : 20)

We believe that by adoration Jesus sanctifies both the adorer and the whole world. Pope John Paul II once said :

“Through adoration, the Christian mysteriously contributes to the radical transformation of the world and to the sowing of the Gospel. Anyone who prays to the Saviour draws the whole world with him and raises it to God.  Those who stand before the Lord are therefore fulfilling an eminent service.  They are presenting to Christ all those who do not know him or are far from him; they keep watch in his presence on their behalf.” ( Pope John Paul II, Letter to Mgr Houssiau for the 750th anniversary of Corpus Christi, 28th of June 1996)

“The Church and the world have a great need of Eucharistic worship.  Jesus awaits for us in His Sacrament of Love… May our adoration never cease.”  (John Paul II, Apostolic Letter Dominicae Cenae, 24th February 1980) .

A Response to the requests of the Magisterium…

Cardinal Hummes, Prefect of the Congregation for Clergy, in a letter addressed to all of the bishops of the world on the 8th of December 2007 wrote:  “We intend in a very particular way to entrust all priests to Mary, the Mother of the High and Eternal Priest, bringing about in the Church a movement of prayer, placing 24 hour continuous Eucharistic adoration at the centre, so that a prayer of adoration, thanksgiving, praise, petition, and reparation, will be raised to God, incessantly and from every corner of the earth, with the primary intention of awakening a sufficient number of  holy vocations to the priestly state and, at the same time, spiritually uniting with a certain spiritual maternity—at the level of the Mystical Body—all those who have already been called to the ministerial priesthood and are ontologically conformed to the one High and Eternal Priest… ”

Cardinal Hummes went on to recommend that each diocese have a priest dedicated to the promotion of Eucharistic Adoration. He said that such a priest would be a reminder to his brothers in the presbyterate that a priest must be an adorer who contemplates the Holy Eucharist.  He also asked for the establishment of Eucharistic Sanctuaries which would be like Marian Sanctuaries, but which would be dedicated to the perpetual worship of the Eucharistic Lord.

In his Apostolic Exhortation Sacramentum Caritatis, Pope Benedict wrote :  “With the Synod Assembly, therefore, I heartily recommend to the Church’s pastors and to the People of God the practice of eucharistic adoration, both individually and in community.  Great benefit would ensue from a suitable catechesis explaining the importance of this act of worship, which enables the faithful to experience the liturgical celebration more fully and more fruitfully.  Wherever possible, it would be appropriate, especially in densely populated areas, to set aside specific churches or oratories for perpetual adoration.  I also recommend that, in their catechetical training, and especially in their preparation for First Holy Communion, children be taught the meaning and the beauty of spending time with Jesus, and helped to cultivate a sense of awe before his presence in the Eucharist.” (Sacramentum Caritatis, n° 67) .

The Missionaries of the Most Holy Eucharist wish to respond to this desire of the Church in any way that we can.