Eucharistic Adoration is a posture of love, the placing of oneself in the presence of our Lord Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament, whether reposed inside the tabernacle, or exposed inside a special stand called a monstrance (This began at St. Albert's in the year 2000. The Chapel is open to anyone who desires to spend quiet time in prayer, meditation, or reading.
Volunteers for Adoration willfully make a weekly one-hour commitment. If you would like to make a commitment of one hour each week, you can download the form or you may fill out a card located in the basket by the Adoration Chapel, drop it in the Sunday collection basket or bring it to the parish office. You may also call the parish office and leave your name and phone number and one of the Adoration Coordinators will contact you.
Just as you can’t be exposed to the sun without receiving its rays, neither can you come to Jesus exposed in the Blessed Sacrament without receiving the Divine Rays of His Grace, His Love, His Peace.
"Christ is truly the Emmanuel, that is, God with us, day and night, His is in our midst. He dwells with us full of grace and truth. He restores morality, nourishes virtue, consoles the afflicted, strengthens the weak." ~ Pope Paul VI, Mysterium Fidei
Thank you for your interest in Eucharistic Adoration
Eucharistic Adoration began at St. Albert's in the year 2000. The Chapel is open to anyone who desires to spend quiet time in prayer, meditation, or reading. The Chapel is named: “Divine Mercy Chapel”