Adoration of the Most Holy Eucharist (the Blessed Sacrament) is the process of coming before Christ in His entirety; His Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity to contemplate His awesomeness and to lovingly adore Him. When we do this, we are in His Real Presence, able to speak with Him in our mind and our hearts.
Pray as you like. Reading and meditation lead to communion with the Lord or just bask in the light of the Eucharist. Come before the Blessed Sacrament to share your pure love. Allow Christ to work on you and through you. Let us be generous with our time in going to meet Him in adoration and in contemplation that is full of faith and ready to make reparation.
Adoration is held each week in the Adoration Chapel beginning at 10:00 am Monday through Saturday at 4:00 pm. Click here to Sign up for one or more hours.
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In the prayers of adoration or worship, we exalt the greatness of God, and we acknowledge our dependence on Him in all things. There are 5 main types of prayer that can be offered up while you are visiting with Jesus. They are as follows:
Blessing & Adoration – exalting the greatness of God and acknowledging our dependencies on Him in all things.
Petition – asking God for things we need, primarily spiritual needs, but physical ones as well, and we should always include a statement of our willingness to accept God’s will.
Intercession – this leads us to pray as Jesus did. In a prayer of intercession, we are not concerned with our needs but with the needs of others.
Thanksgiving – just as saying grace before meals, we should get into the habit of thanking God during Adoration for the good thins that happen to us and others.
Praise – Praising God for His own sake and giving Him glory, quite beyond what He does, but simply because HE IS. It shares in the blessed happiness of the pure of heart who love God in faith before seeing Him in glory.