Eucharistic Adoration

Adoration

of the Blessed Sacrament

What is Eucharistic Adoration?

Simply understood, Eucharistic Adoration is adoring or honoring Jesus in the Eucharist.

As Catholics, we believe that at the moment of Consecration during Mass, the bread and wine are transformed into the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ. After this point, the actual physical presence of Jesus is there before us in the Eucharist.

What do you do in Adoration?

Many people come to Adoration to meet with Jesus more directly. Many kneel and pray before him. Some read the Bible and contemplate where God may be directing them.

When coming into the chapel, it is important to be reverent and remember that we are in the presence of God. Please turn off cell phones and finish all conversations beforehand.

There is a small tabernacle located on the far-right side of the chapel. Once you open the small tabernacle door, you are now in the presence of Jesus.

Please be mindful of others in the chapel. It is important for the chapel to remain a place of silent prayer.

Before leaving, always make sure the tabernacle door is closed.



The Tabernacle in the

Adoration Chapel

What can I expect?

Adoration is a great spiritual opportunity available to us and our community. You may find that you experience a deeper relationship with Jesus. Some people may feel nothing different, while others may have an emotional experience.

When can I come to Adoration?

Adoration is available 24 hours a day, every day.

You can access the chapel from the main church (through the grotto) or from outside (near the Mary statue). You will need a combination when entering from outside. Please call the Parish Office at (248) 446-8700 for the combination.

Before leaving, always make sure the tabernacle door is closed.

Who can I contact?

Questions? Feel free to call Mark or Pat Luther at (248) 437-7489 or by email at lutherhome@aol.com.