Would you like to schedule an hour and become a committed Adorer?
Please complete a sign-up sheet, available at the Chapel entrance. You may drop it in the collection basket or bring it by the Parish office.
We are always in need of Adorers for a couple of specific hours during the week. Please see our Bulletin for the list of vacant hours.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament began on the Epiphany, January 7th, 2007. We invite you to join us and visit the Lord in the Adoration Chapel at anytime.
In the Words of the Saints…
“To converse with You, O King of glory, no third person is needed, You are always ready in the Sacrament of the Altar to give audience to all. All who desire You always find You there, and converse with You face to face.” ~St. Teresa of Avila
“We adore Thee most holy Lord Jesus Christ, here in all Thy Churches, which are in the whole world, because by Thy holy cross, Thou hast redeemed the world.” ~St. Francis of Assisi
“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.” ~St. Teresa of Calcutta
“Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament has His hands full of graces, and He is ready to bestow them on anyone who asks for them.” ~ St. Peter of Alcantara
“Neither theological knowledge nor social action alone is enough to keep us in love with Christ unless both are proceeded by a personal encounter with Him. Theological insights are gained not only from between two covers of a book, but from two bent knees before an altar. The Holy Hour becomes like an oxygen tank to revive the breath of the Holy Spirit in the midst of the foul and fetid atmosphere of the world,” ~Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
“When the Sisters are exhausted, up to their eyes in work; when all seems to go awry, they spend an hour in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament. This practice has never failed to bear fruit: they experience peace and strength.” ~St. Teresa of Calcutta