Let every knee bend before Thee, O greatness of my God, so supremely humbled in the Sacred Host. May every heart love Thee, every spirit adore Thee and every will be subject to Thee! – St. Margaret Mary Alacoque

“When we adore Jesus exposed in the Blessed Sacrament, Jesus dwells in us, lives in us in a very special way. We directly experience the comforting, consoling rays of His healing love and heart. He gives us directly the strength to go on, the courage to face our problems and the wisdom to know how to resolve them. Remember that the greatest saints and orators like St. Thomas Aquinas and Bishop Fulton Sheen did their most inspired work before the Blessed Sacrament.” —Fr. Louis Guardiola, C.P.M.

Will you spend one hour with Him?

Eucharistic Adoration is silently adoring or honoring the Eucharistic Presence of Christ before us in our Chapel. A sacred vessel in our chapel called a monstrance houses the Body, Soul, and Divinity of Our Lord in a consecrated host. During a Holy Hour of Eucharistic Adoration, we remain silent in His Presence and open ourselves to the graces which flow from the Eucharist. 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.

For Daily Adoration (Mon.-Fri. 9:00am – 7:00pm), contact Don & Carol Ann Fox at 471-2171 or Email them here

For Thursday evening Nocturnal Adoration (7:00pm-Midnight) contact Peter Morin.

Peter Morin

Director of Music & Liturgy

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