When one is immersed in the profound love of God through the Eucharist, they are ignited with the power to perform acts of mercy. The essence of mercy, driven by its mission to blend spiritual well-being into one’s connection with God, is furthered by fostering Eucharistic adoration alongside physical activities. This holistic approach aims to harmonize the individual, fostering the pursuit of holiness.

Our objective is twofold: to champion Eucharistic adoration during this Eucharistic Revival and to emphasize the importance of holistic well-being encompassing body, mind, and soul. We encourage physical activity as an integral component of this holistic wellness approach.

When we regard the wellness of our body as equally vital as the well-being of our soul, we manifest a merciful attitude towards ourselves. This, in turn, allows us to extend merciful love to our neighbors, enabling us to fulfill God’s greatest commandment.

We recommend dedicating an hour each week to Eucharistic adoration as part of your preparation for any distance running or walking event. If you are new to such physical activities, we suggest beginning with a manageable goal, like participating in a local 5k race or even a virtual 5k either walking, running, or using the run-walk method.

If you are new to the practice of Eucharistic adoration, we encourage you to start gradually by committing to at least a 10-minute session at your local church, or if that’s not available, by participating in online adoration.