Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament is a time we take to worship the true God in the person of Jesus Christ who is really, truly present in body, blood, soul, and divinity, under the appearance of the consecrated host.

Catholics usually make what is known as a holy hour to honor Jesus' heartfelt request to His closest disciples during His lonely agony in the garden, "Could you not spend one hour with me?"

Be in the presence of Jesus and look at Him. The catechism of the Catholic Church tells the beautiful short story of St. John Vianney who was amazed that one of his parishioners would spend such long hours in front of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. He said to him, “What do you do in adoration?” The man simply responded, “I look at Him and He looks at me.” 

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“Indeed, our hearts grow sickly whenever our desires coincide merely with our needs. God, on the other hand, elevates our desires; he purifies them and heals them of selfishness, opening them to love for him and for our brothers and sisters. This is why we should not neglect adoration, that prayer of silent adoration which is not so common among us. Please let us not forget adoration.”

                                                        Pope Francis

Here are the dates for the first Fridays of the month:



February 4

March 4

April 1

May 6

June 3

July 1

August 5

September 2

October 7

November 4

December 2