Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament
Available every Thursday from 11:00am – 6:00pm at St. Anthony of Padua Parish.
Everyone is welcome! We invite you to prayerfully consider being a Committed Eucharistic Adorer!
In order to keep this vital ministry strong and available to all in the community, our Committed Eucharistic Adorers ensure that Our Lord is never left unattended during hours of Adoration.
*Therefore, we ask for a minimum of a 1 hour weekly commitment. You choose the time slot that works best for you.
*If you can’t make it every week, please consider signing up to be a substitute Adorer.
For questions, or to join, contact Sue at email@example.com
Ideas for Prayer during Adoration
Ponder today’s Gospel
Pray the Rosary
Pray for your loved ones
Listen to God in the silence
Pray for priests
Pray for an increase in vocations
Pray for the Holy Souls in Purgatory
Pray for persecuted Christians
Repeat several times, “Jesus, I Trust in You”
Pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet
Pray for the conversion of sinners
Pray for the sick and the dying
Pray the Stations of the Cross
Pray for forgiveness for those who have hurt you
Pray for unborn children
Pray for parents who are struggling
Thank God for His innumerable gifts in creation
Thank God for the Sacraments
Pray for our Holy Father
Pray for our community, our nation, and our world
Pour out your fears and your sorrows to Jesus
Ask Mary and the Saints for their intercession
Share your joys with Jesus
Thank God for His Providence
Thank God for His Mercy
Ask God to help you know His holy will for your life
Do an examination of conscience
Ask the Holy Spirit to sustain you in your faith
Offer up your suffering for someone who is in need of hope
Pray for the unity of the Church