Our Perpetual Adoration Chapel has been in operation non-stop since December 8, 1996. The only way it can remain open is if we answer Jesus’ invitation to spend an hour a week with Him. Have you considered committing to giving Him an hour of your time each week? He gives us so very much. This quote from the writings of St. Ignatius of Loyola speaks to each of us:
“To withdraw from creatures and repose with Jesus in the Tabernacle is my delight; there I can hide myself and seek rest. There I find a life which I cannot describe, a joy which I cannot make others comprehend, a peace such as is found only under the hospitable roof of our best Friend.”
In our days of busy-ness isn’t this what we all seek?
NOTE: The entrance to the Chapel is located on the RIDGEVIEW TERRACE side of the church, and is marked by a gold & white sign.
Please spread the word by sharing this Adoration Chapel Flyer and these Printable SignUp Cards with everyone you know.
Share your time with
Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament
as an Adorer for these needed times:
Monday 11 am
Saturday 8 pm
Sunday 7 pm
Call or text Anne Tel# (908) 247-6998 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Adorer Contact Lists for Hourly Coordinators (password protected)
PRAYER FOR THE SPREAD OF PERPETUAL ADORATION
Heavenly Father, increase our faith in the Real Presence of Your Son Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist.
We are obliged to adore Him, to give Him thanks and to make reparation for sins.
We need your peace in our hearts and among nations.
We need conversion from our sins and the mercy of Your forgiveness.
May we obtain this through prayer and our union with the Eucharistic Lord.
Please send down the Holy Spirit upon all peoples to give them the love, courage, strength and willingness to respond to the invitation to Eucharistic Adoration.
We beseech You to spread Perpetual Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament in parishes around the world.
We ask this in the name of Jesus the Lord. Amen
Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament,
Help us to spread the glory of Your Son through Perpetual Adoration.
– St. Pope John Paul II