Eucharistic Adoration

The value of an hour spent before the Blessed Sacrament is beyond all that we can imagine. This time that you spend with Jesus is more precious than any other time.

NOTE: The Chapel will be closed for weekly maintenance on Wednesdays 10:00-11:00am and Fridays 2:00-4:00pm.

The chart for the listing of pledged Adoration Chapel Honor Guards is temporarily “closed” for Spring cleaning and updating. Many hours remain with no adorer signed up. Please register or re-register below. Thank you.

More ways to adore Christ

  1. Read the life of a saint and pray with him or her. Most holy men and women have had a great devotion to Our Lord in the Eucharist. Therese of Lisieux, Catherine of Siena, Francis of Assisi and Teresa of Calcutta are just a few.
  2. Pour out your heart to Christ and adore him. Speak to Jesus and tell him all that comes to your mind. Listen for his response. St. Francis instructed his brothers to pray "I adore you, O Christ, present here in all the churches of the world,for by your holy cross you have redeemed the world".
  3. Pray the rosary. Ask Mary to join you as you gaze on Christ in the Eucharist and as you pray the Rosary.
  4. Sit quietly and just be in the presence of God. Think of a visit to the Blessed Sacrament as coming to see your best friend. Instead of talking to the Lord, try listening to what he wants to tell you.

We are never Alone in Adoration


We are never alone, especially when we are in Adoration. Our guardian angels and patron saints are delighted to see the souls entrusted to their care come into the presence of the Eucharistic Lord. In fact, when you go to Adoration, you give a special gift to your guardian angel. Their whole mission is to bring your soul to Jesus. Well, we come into the presence of Jesus at every Holy Hour! Take a minute in Adoration to thank your angel for their prayers and their constant, steadfast help, and maybe even offer a prayer for their intentions.