Holy Martyrs, Falmouth
Monday 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
Contact Jenny Manago at 847-514-1813 or email@example.com
St Gregory, Gray
Friday 8:30 am to 12:30 pm
Contact Cindy Carrier at 272-5943 or firstname.lastname@example.org
/“Receiving the Eucharist means adoring the One whom we receive. Precisely in this way and only in this way do we become one with him. Therefore, the development of Eucharistic adoration…was the most consistent consequence of the Eucharistic mystery itself: only in adoration can profound and true acceptance develop.”
Pope Benedict XVI
Adoration is a sign of devotion to and worship of Jesus who is present Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity, in the Eucharist. Spending time with the Eucharistic Presence of our Lord is a continuation of the Celebration of the Eucharist at mass.
You can come and spend as much time with the Eucharistic Presence of our Lord as you like during these hours. Many adorers spend this time in prayer or just sitting in the Lord’s presence. It is perfectly acceptable to bring your Bible or other spiritual reading. In the back of the chapel there are prayer books for Eucharistic Adoration.
We can’t sustain our faith, charity, forgiveness, and hope on the basis of feeling or thought, but we can sustain them through the Eucharist. We can’t always be clear-headed or warmhearted; we can’t always be sure that we know the exact path of God; and we won’t always measure up morally and humanly to what faith asks of us. But we can be faithful in this one deep way: we can go to the Eucharist regularly. (Our One Great Act of Fidelity, Ronald Rolheiser)
Eucharistic Guardians provide this ministry by committing to an hour of Adoration time each week. We are always welcoming new adorers. Please complete the form on the right if you are interested.