What is Eucharistic Adoration?
Eucharistic Adoration is silently adoring or honoring the Eucharistic Presence of Christ before us in our Chapel. During a Holy Hour of Eucharistic Adoration, we remain silent in His Presence and open ourselves to the graces which flow from the Eucharist. Exposition and worship of Our Lord in such a manner has been a tradition of our Church for many centuries.
How Do People Spend a Holy Hour?
Some people read Scripture, pray, or say the Rosary. Others spend time in contemplation or meditation. A quiet Holy Hour in Adoration can be the most profound, meaningful, joyful, peaceful and healing experience one could ever encounter.
Please join as we experience the quiet and peace of praying before our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament.
All are invited to participate.
2019—2020 Eucharistic AdorationSchedule
Every First Friday - 9:00 AM
Exposition of Blessed Sacrament
Rosary & Divine Mercy Chaplet
Join us on September 6
Every Fourth Sunday - 12:30 PM
Exposition of Blessed Sacrament Holy Hour
with Special Intentions
Join us on September 22
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“The focus of this year’s Road to Emmaus Men’s Conference is on understanding Holy Mass and devotional prayer to include lectio divina. This would be a wonderful follow up to our Diocesan Eucharistic Congress. It is my hope that many men will avail themselves of this opportunity to deepen their spiritual lives.” ~Bishop Edward Scharfenberger