Eucharistic Adoration

Every Friday from 10am until Saturday 7:45am, St Joseph Chapel.

Come away awhile and rest.   The heart of a parish is the Eucharist.  A parish comes alive when it is centered on Jesus.  What do you actually do during adoration? You may sign up to be an “adorer” which allows you to schedule yourself for one or more hours per week to pray before the very presence of Our Lord, exposed in the monstrance. It means that you can have some time alone with Jesus to pray or just sit and rest in His presence.  You simply keep Him company, just as you would with a dear friend.  Prayer is conversation with God.  Every hour you spend with Jesus will deepen His peace in your heart. Can you come and spend an hour with Jesus?

“Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened, and I will give you rest.”  Matthew 11:28

 

 

083All Day/All Night Eucharistic Adoration

Every Friday from 10am through Saturday before the 8am Mass

Every Friday Eucharistic Adoration Holy Hour from 3-4pm is dedicated for the intentions of the Protection of Life, Marriage and Religious Freedom. It is Mercy Hour and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy and Rosary are prayed followed by silent prayer.

Eucharistic Adoration on the First Friday/Saturday of each month all the adoration hours are specifically for the intention of priests and seminarians and for vocations to religious life, with the 7-8pm hour dedicated for our pastor, Fr. Kelly.

Eucharistic Adoration on the Last Friday/Saturday of each month all the adoration hours are specifically for the intention of the families of Saint Mary’s Parish, with the 7-8pm hour dedicated for the members of the Saint Vincent de Paul Society and the families they serve.

Contacts:  saintmarysadoration@gmail.com

For the list of hourly intentions for each hour of adoration click here: St. Mary’s Adoration List of Intentions