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Every month, we gather together as families and individuals for an hour of prayer in Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament with praise and worship 

music, prayer materials for both kids & adults, and the opportunity

to receive Christ's mercy in the Sacrament of Confession.

Our Next Adoration Night: Wednesday, May 5th

from 7:00-8:00pm at St. Mary

Frequently Asked Questions

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What even IS



During Eucharistic 

Adoration, the priest 

places a consecrated

host in a vessel called a monstrance so that those present can come face to face with Jesus, present in the Eucharist.

While it is true that we can pray anywhere, coming before God in Adoration allows us to physically be in His presence, a presence that brings consolation, healing, direction, and love.

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It's been a long time since I've been to Confession. 

What do I do?

We are so excited that

you are even asking this question.  There is nothing Jesus wants to offer you more than his healing mercy.  We will have a guide for how to go to Confession available during the adoration night or you can check it out HERE.

The priests are also more than willing to answer any questions and to guide

you through the steps.  

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Is it really okay

to bring my kids? What if they are noisy?

YES.  Jesus said, "let the little children come to me" and we believe there is no better place for your family to be than with Jesus in Adoration...even if it means a little more chaos and a little more noise in the church.  


We will have prayer resources and books for children, as well as a quiet play room for little ones

who get restless. 

"When you look at the crucifix, you understand how much Jesus loved you THEN.  

When you look at the Sacred Host, you understand how much Jesus loves you NOW."

-St. Teresa of Calcutta

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