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EUCHARISTIC ADORATION: DRAWING CLOSER TO JESUS
“Will you not spend one hour with me?”
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is a living witness to our Catholic belief in the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist. Those who participate in this witness find their time in front of the exposed consecrated host to be an opportunity for talking with God, and for listening to Him. This is a place where one can come to be one in Christ and through Adoration we are filled with many Graces from God.
During the Hour of Adoration one can do any of the following:
- Pray the Rosary, chaplets
- Pray for intentions
- Use formal or in formal prayers
- Intercessory Prayers
- Sit in silence
- Read Catholic Teachings
- Write your intentions downs for others to offer prayers.
- Welcome Jesus into your heart
- Listen to what God says to you
- Offer reparation for the many sins against God and the sacredness of Christ
“Each time we look upon Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament, He raises us up into deeper union with Himself, opens up the floodgates of His merciful love to the whole world, and brings us closer to the day of His final victory “where every knee will bend and proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord”.”The reign of God is already in your midst.” The coming of Jesus to us in the Eucharist is assurance of His promise of final victory: “Behold I come to make all things new.”
~Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta
“Why Eucharistic Adoration”? Why should you spend time visiting with Jesus in the Eucharist, simply because Jesus himself, your best friend, invites you. He said it so warmly, “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened. Come to me and I will refresh you”. Who could refuse such an invitation from your very best friend?
The Chapel is located at the back of the Rectory.
The Chapel is open Wednesday and Thursday from 5:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m.
To sign up for a regular day and time for Adoration, call the rectory at 216.226.5116.