”Pray always!” The Good Book tells us, and Jesus exhorted us to make sure that our prayer was patient, persistent, and persevering.

Eucharistic Adoration accomplishes this. It tells the world that “we can’t give what we don’t have” and that if we do not constantly turn to God in prayer for His grace and mercy, we’re finished. The best thing people of faith can do is pray… I can’t think of a better place to do that than before Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament. (Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York)

Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, adoration is available in the church only on Thursday, immediately following the 8 a.m. Mass.

There is no formal format to private Eucharistic Adoration. Say the Rosary or your favorite prayers, read scripture, talk to the Lord and share your burdens, or just sit in His presence and let Him speak to you.

Feel free to stop in anytime during this very Holy time of exposition; spend a few minutes or an hour.  In this hectic and busy world, wouldn’t it be nice to spend some quiet time with the Lord.

We look forward to the time when we can resume our normal adoration schedule on Tuesdays in the Resource Center and will be in touch with the adoration team members and solicit new members when we have the clearance to go back.

Until that time, you can contact the church office, or call Dave Bisdorf at 586-202-7000 with any questions.

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January 14, 2018