Eucharistic adoration is the act of adoring the eucharistic presence of Christ. The Church believes that because “Christ himself, living and glorious, is present in a true, real, and substantial manner: his Body and his Blood, with his soul and his divinity” (CCC: 1413), the Most Blessed Sacrament is worthy of our adoration. To adore God is to acknowledge God “as God, as the Creator and Saviour, the Lord and Master of everything that exists, as infinite and merciful Love” (CCC: 2096-2097). “We can pray anywhere,” Cardinal Collins writes, “but there is no more fitting place to pray on earth than in the sacramental presence of the Lord. There we are profoundly struck with the awesome mystery of God’s grace.”
We would like to encourage our people to pray in our beautiful chapel. Take time off and see the difference in your life.
A box is being kept in the chapel for petitions and thanksgivings. Those who pray in the chapel are requested to pray for those intentions.