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Adoration Chapel

"I only wish to thank God that following the (Second Vatican) council, after a period in which
something of the meaning of Eucharistic adoration was lacking, this adoration has been reborn
everywhere in the Church to enter into profound heartfelt communion with the Lord,
who makes Himself bodily present in the Eucharist.” 
 -- Pope Benedict XV1, Vatican City, March 2, 2006

Eucharistic Adoration is simply our response to Jesus' love for us.
We invite everyone to spend at least one hour a week with Jesus in God's Eucharistic Presence.

Everyone is welcome to come to the Chapel (located on the southeast side of the vestibule).
Be in the presence of Jesus, pray for your special intentions or sit quietly and be renewed.

Does your schedule permit you to volunteer for a special time weekly?
You are needed to fill the hours when there is no one praying in the chapel.

Adoration takes place 7 days a week in the Chapel:
      Monday through Friday, 7:00 am - 8:00 pm
             Saturday, 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
        Sunday, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

The Chapel will be closed while the liturgy is taking place for the regular Sunday Masses.



Adoration Prayer
My Lord Jesus Christ,
I believe that You are really here in this Sacrament.
Night and day You remain here compassionate and loving.
You call, You wait for, You welcome everyone who comes to visit You.
I thank You, Jesus my Divine Redeemer for coming upon the earth for our sake
and for instituting the Adorable Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist
in order to remain with us until the end of the world.
I thank You for hiding beneath the Eucharistic species Your infinite majesty and beauty,
which Your Angels delight to behold, so that I might have courage to approach the throne of Your mercy.
I thank You dear Jesus, for having become the priceless Victim,
to merit for me the fullness of heavenly favors.
Awaken in me such confidence in You that their fullness may descend ever more fruitfully upon my soul.
I thank You for offering Yourself in thanksgiving to God for all His benefits,
spiritual and temporal which He has bestowed on me. 
Grant me grace and perseverance in your faithful service.
Amen.

see this prayer and many other prayers at Catholic Online