Eucharistic Adoration

What is Eucharistic Adoration?

Eucharistic adoration is a practice in the Catholic Church where the consecrated bread (the Eucharist) is displayed and worshipped as a way to express love, reverence, and devotion to Jesus Christ's real presence in the Sacrament.

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Adoration Times

Anyone can drop by or sign up for a weekly holy hour in the Mary Chapel:

10 am-6:30 pm

10 am-4 pm

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Why You Should Visit Jesus in The Blessed Sacrament

Visiting Jesus in Eucharistic adoration allows you to spend quiet time in His presence, fostering a deeper spiritual connection, finding solace, and seeking guidance in your faith journey.

Learn about Eucharistic Miracles

Eucharistic miracles are extraordinary events where the bread and wine used in Mass turn into the actual body and blood of Jesus, showing us that God's love is real and powerful.


Tracie Geoffroy: “I’ve been going to Adoration for 30 years. Over these years it has become one of the most important hours of my week. It is time spent praying, speaking or just listening to God. It is amazing how this time can improve my daily life. I also feel that committing to this hour takes away any excuses I might come up with for not going.”

Julia Blasch: “I’m very happy Eucharistic Adoration is back at Prince of Peace! It is my one hour to be still in the presence of Jesus and listen with my heart to His gentle voice. I always leave feeling renewed.”

Ellen Hartnett

Eucharistic Adoration Ministry Coordinator

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