The Magnificat Day 2014, held in Memphis, TN, on All Saints' Day, gave thousands of believers a tremendous opportunity to enter more deeply into a very Catholic way of life, a way of holiness, a way of joy.
If you would like to help us organize similar events in other cities throughout the country, please consider making a donation to the Magnificat Foundation. In doing so, you will help thousands more fellow Americans rediscover that same joy.
Please visit www.magnificatfoundation.org for more information.
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Magnificat Day, Opening and Morning Prayer
Magnificat Day, Mass
Magnificat Day, Father Peter John Cameron Adress
Magnificat Day, Woman at the Well Skit
Magnificat Day, Fr. Robert Barron's presentation
Magnificat Day, Evening Prayer and Eucharistic Procession
Words really can't describe the day and night...beautiful, powerful, uplifting, prayerful, educational, spiritual..might get us started. What a gift to the world. God bless you and thank you. – Gigi and John
Over the top!!! Best celebration of the Liturgy that I have ever experienced. Everything was First Class plus. Thanks very much for all that you did to bring Magnificat Day to Memphis. God bless you in all that you do. – Bob
My wife and I cannot express how much we enjoyed the entire program this past Saturday. It was so thrilling to see Catholicisim in action and on public display. We need so much more of it! – William
Memphis has never looked so good! Thank you for bringing art, music, and liturgy together in such a powerful way at last Saturday's Magnificat Day. The opportunity to share this type of immersion into our faith is rare by any measure, but for a city with 4% Catholic population it is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Ours is a great city but still a city that needs healing. The Eucharistic procession went a long way towards healing the divisiveness and secularism that pervades our community. Thank you for selecting Memphis; I am sure the impact will be felt for years to come. – Bill
Magnificat Day in Memphis was like a foretaste of heaven. We feel so blessed to have been able to attend! We look forward eagerly to seeing the wonderful fruits that the Holy Spirit will produce from the seeds planted through this powerful day of joyful prayer and praise. – Jose and Shannon
Magnificat Day in Memphis was fabulous!!!! Thank you for bringing so much beauty to our city. I loved bringing Jesus to Main St., and He knows how badly we need Him. God bless you all and thank you for all you do to bring so much love to so many people. – Mary
I was blown away and greatly moved by the beautiful Magnificat Day held in Memphis, TN this past weekend. Thank you so much for choosing our city! I left the event with many spiritual blessings that I hope to share with as many people as possible. I also got to meet Fr. Barron, which was awesome!!!! Peace and God Bless You! – Jessica
As a native Memphian who has longed for an event that would bring grace, beauty, unity, hope, and truth to all inhabitants of my home town in this city, which I love, this God event far surpassed all of those dreams and longings. I speak for my husband as well, when I say thank you everyone, from the bottom of our hearts. – Ted
Magnificat Day in Memphis was amazing! The speakers, flowers, artwork, ease to attend the Sacrament of Confession, the beauty of the Mass, and the Heavenly music were all impeccably planned! The highlight of the day was the holy procession of the Blessed Sacrament throughout the streets of Memphis. I am ready to see what wonderful things the Lord has in store for our city! Thank you for sharing so many beautiful blessings with us! – Darlene
Magnificat Day in Memphis was outstanding in so many ways. I watched on ETWN throughout the day. Father Cameron's morning talk touched me on such a deep level I was moved to tears. It was so powerful to watch the Eucharistic procession in downtown Memphis. I am filled with optimism for this city and hope it will become, as Father Barron said, a New Jerusalem. What a gift this day was for Memphis and the entire EWTN viewing audience. Thank you! – Mary