The Adoration Chapel at Saint Agnes

Will you spend an hour with Jesus?

Adoration is 1-11 p.m. daily, & 10 a.m.-11 p.m. on Fridays.

Below are Open Hours that need more adorers:

 Hours in blue color and italics are not yet active, but will be restored after commitments are made.

SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday
1 pm10 am10 am 10 am11 am11 am1 am
(1st Saturdays Only)
 2 pm11 am 11 am11 am12 pm1 pm2 am
(1st Saturdays Only)
3 pm12 pm12 pm12 pm1 pm5 pm2 pm
5 pm1 pm1 pm3 pm3 pm7 pm3 pm
6 pm5 pm2 pm6 pm4 pm9 pm4 pm
10 pm8 pm4 pm8 pm5 pm5 pm
10 pm5 pm9 pm6 pm7 pm
6 pm10 pm8 pm
8 pm9 pm
10 pm

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Eucharistic Adoration is adoring the True Presence of our Lord Jesus Christ – his Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity – in the Holy Eucharist.  Because we believe that Christ is truly made present in the consecration of the Eucharist, we give the Blessed Sacrament the same honor and reverence accorded to Christ himself.

“Could you not watch one hour with me?” – Matthew 26:40

St. Alphonsus Liguori wrote: “Of all devotions, that of adoring Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament is the greatest after the Sacraments, the one dearest to God and the one most helpful to us.  The Eucharist is a priceless treasure: By not only celebrating the Eucharist, but also praying before It outside of Mass, we are enabled to make contact with the very wellsprings of Grace…”

What is a Holy Hour?

A Holy Hour is the devotion of spending an hour in Eucharistic Adoration.  Mother Theresa of Calcutta made a Holy Hour every day and encouraged others to follow her example.  One may obtain a plenary indulgence for making a Holy Hour.

What does one do during a Holy Hour?

During a Holy Hour, one simply contemplates the mystery of the Word made flesh (John 1:14).  It is said that when the 19th century French priest, St. Jean Vianney, was asked what he said to Jesus in Eucharist Adoration, he replied, “Nothing, I look at Him and He looks at me.”

The following prayers and devotions may help spark contemplation or conversation with Christ:

  • Reading Scripture
  • Praying the Rosary or Divine Mercy Chaplet
  • Spiritual Reading
  • Liturgy of the Hours or Divine Office

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