”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)

The Worship Commission of St. Isidore would like to invite you to participate in the exposition and adoration of the Blessed Sacrament every Tuesday immediately following the morning 8:00am Mass through closing Benediction at 6:00pm.

The Chapel is located in the Resource Center (accessed through the Romeo Plank side entrance), near the beautiful stained-glass window depicting the Eucharist.

In addition, there will be a Holy Hour before morning Mass in the church on Fridays, which includes Exposition and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament starting at 7 a.m.

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!

If you would like to sign up as a regular adorer during any of the Tuesday hours it would help to ensure that the Blessed Sacrament is never unattended.

We are in need of substitutes who may be available occasionally to fill in for those who are unable to attend their regular hour.  If you cannot commit to a weekly time slot but would like to be available as an occasional substitute please let us add you to our contact list.  You will be contacted for those days and times when you may be needed to fill in.

You can contact the church office, or call Dave Bisdorf at 586-202-7000.