Eucharistic AdorationEucharistic Adoration

We have the opportunity and the privilege to adore Jesus in His Most Blessed Sacrament every Tuesday after the 8:30 AM Mass and ending with Benediction from 12:00 PM.

Jesus Christ promised to be with us always (Matthew 28 : 20). The   practice of Eucharistic Adoration was developed early in the history of the Church. It first began as Eucharistic Reservations, communion reserved in order to be taken to the sick and those approaching death. People began flocking, however, to churches where the Eucharistic Lord was reserved. They gathered to adore, pray, and worship in the very presence of Christ.

Daily Holy RosaryRosary 1

In the prayer of the Rosary, we are able to express ourselves in all forms of prayer: adoration, petition, intercession, thanksgiving, and praise. The prayer of   the Rosary invites us to meditate on the life of Jesus, and pray as He did. His life  models for us all forms of prayer.

The Holy Rosary is recited Monday through Friday at 8:10 AM in the church followed by Mass at 8:30 AM.


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