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24 hour Adoration is on the Friday before the First Saturday of the month. Exposition of the Eucharist is immediately after the 8:30 am daily Mass.
All other Fridays, Adoration is after the daily 8:30 am Mass and ends with Benediction at 4 pm.
Our parish is in partnership with the Alliance of the Two Hearts during our 24-hour Adoration. From 10 p.m. each Friday to 3 a.m. each Saturday, the Alliance will have worshippers in the chapel who will alternate between Rosaries and other prayers, and quiet meditation. With the participation of the Alliance of the Two Hearts, we no longer will schedule Guardians between 10 p.m. and 3 a.m. Those who have traditionally served as Guardians during those time periods are welcome to continue to Adore at those times, or they can choose to be Guardians at other times.
We encourage sign ups for 24 hour Adoration with your preferred date and time to spend at least an hour with our Lord. This ensures that someone is with our Lord at all times. If you are interested in joining the 24-hour Adoration team and receiving email invitations to Adore each month, please email Adoration@seschurch.org
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The Adoration Chapel is located behind the Main Sanctuary.
You may enter from the left side of the church near the outdoor statue of our Blessed Mary.
We invite you to visit the Tabernacle at the Blessed Sacrament Chapel on days when we do not have Adoration. (The Blessed Sacrament is located right beside the Adoration Chapel).
• Mon-Fri 8 am – 4 pm
• Saturdays 3 pm – 6 pm
(First Saturday 8 am – 10 am & 3 pm – 6 pm)
• Sundays 7:30 am – 12:30 pm
(The word Tabernacle means “dwelling place” where the Eucharist are kept for later use; e.g. Distribution to the sick).
How does one spend an hour before Jesus exposed in the Blessed Sacrament?
This hour Jesus wants you to spend with Him is spent any way you want. You may bring your own prayer books, use the books in the chapel, read the Bible, pray the rosary, or just sit and relax and enjoy the sweet peace that comes from simply being in the Presence of God. You may feel that you can’t pray well. Don’t let this discourage you. The mere fact that you take time out at a specific time each week to spend an hour with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament pleases Him very much and is in itself a prayer of great faith. ~EWTN
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