In the Eucharist, "the body and blood, together with the soul and divinity, of our Lord Jesus Christ and, therefore, the whole Christ is truly, really, and substantially contained." (CCC 1374)
The eucharist is the most visible form of love that God has given us. In spending time with Christ during adoration, we are able to witness his love.
Adoration Chapel Hours
Monday - Friday 9:30am - 6:00pm
Adoration is a very personal form of prayer. No two people will have the same experience. Some people find adoration to be a difficult because it is so internally focused. While there is no trick that is going to help you have the best experience, here are some tips to help you get more out of your prayer experience.
Start with structure
With pressure coming from so many different directions, it can be difficult to turn off your worries and focus on the time you're spending with Jesus. A way that you can get started in prayer is by starting with a structured prayer. Some suggestions include, praying a rosary, reading the daily mass readings, or if you're alone in the chapel, listen to a prayerful song.
Your time spent in adoration is time spent with your best friend. Sit in any respectable way you feel comfortable, and enjoy your time together.
Times of silence are few and far between in our world today. It is in those times of silence that we are able to really hear God speak to us.