Our Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Chapel, where Jesus remains in the Blessed Sacrament being worshipped and adored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, opened on March 2004! Thank you, thank you dear adorers for your dedication and commitment.
“The Sacrament of the Body of the Lord puts the demons to flight, defends us against the incentives to vice and to concupiscence, cleanses the soul from sin, quiets the anger of God, enlightens the understanding to know God, inflames the will and the affections with the love of God, fills the memory with spiritual sweetness, confirms the entire man in good, frees us from eternal death,”
The time is NOW. We must awaken from our spiritual slumber and call on the power of the Holy Spirit to renew in us a sense of zeal, prayer, and sacrifice.
I want to close with this quote from the Missionaries of the Blessed Sacrament:
“Evil must be overcome with good. Greater evil must be overcome with greater good. The extraordinary evils of the world today must be overcome with the extraordinary good of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration! Your sacrifice in spending one Holy Hour each week, especially in the middle of the night, will repair for the evils of the world and open up the floodgates of God’s merciful love upon all humankind.”
A few reminders:
- Please remember to dress respectfully when visiting Jesus.
- Also, please remember that talking and carrying on conversations in the chapel are inappropriate. If you have a need to talk about a situation, please talk outside the chapel.
- As a safety precaution, please do not open the chapel door. If someone is arriving for adoration or another legitimate purpose, they will know the door's code.
- Please do not change or adjust the thermostat. It is programmed automatically to cool at 73º and heat at 70º.
- If your relief does not show up, please consult the chart in the back of the sign-in book and call the person.
If you wish to reserve an hour, please contact the church office at (870) 772-1115