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Eucharistic Reflection - Heaven On Earth

“It has been said, and rightly so, that between contemplation and adoration there is so close a union, so mutual a relationship, that they cannot be separated. 110 more words

Franciscan Bookshelf: "One Thousand Gifts: A Dare to Live Fully Right Where You Are"

By Messy Jesus Business guest blogger K.P.

Eucharisteo always precedes the miracle.”– Ann Voskamp

The concept of eucharisteo, as Ann Voskamp explains in… 510 more words


Gazing on God

Is there anywhere else on the planet that feels as peaceful as an Adoration chapel? 201 more words


It's in the Book

So there I was: spending my weekly hour with God, a practice we Catholics call Perpetual Adoration. In our little chapel there is always someone present; the monstrance holding the consecrated Eucharist must never be left unattended. 250 more words

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St. Gertrude's Opens Perpetual Adoration Chapel

St. Gertrude’s Parish in Cincinnati, Ohio, recently opened a perpetual adoration chapel. The opening of the chapel follows a long period of preparation and catechesis on the nature and meaning of Eucharistic adoration. 55 more words

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Holy Hour of Reparation

Holy Hour of Reparation

Last night a small group of the faithful prayed a Holy Hour of Reparation in a small Adoration chapel in Birmingham, Alabama. 504 more words

A Thought For This Sunday

Taken from the book, Eucharistic Adoration…Reflections in the Franciscan Tradition.

Gracious, loving God, help me to be more aware of the obstacles, cares, and anxieties that limit my turning toward you. 214 more words

Ray Visotski