|Come and experience a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration is a Eucharistic devotion whereby members of a Parish (or some other entity) unite in making a continous adoration before the Most Blessed Sacrament (in most cases, exposed) throughout the twenty-four hours of the day, seven days a week.||
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"Eucharist renews our covenant, draws us into the compelling love of Christ and sets us on fire."
It is our desire to see that this sacrament of love shall be at the centre of the life of the people of God. Consequently we will use all the means available to spread this devotion.
Heavenly Father increase
our faith in the
Real Presence of Your Son, Jesus Christ
in the Holy Eucharist.
We are obliged to adore Him, to give
Him thanks and to
make reparation for sins.
We need Your Peace in our hearts
and among nations.
We need conversion from our sins
and the mercy of Your Forgiveness.
May we obtain this through prayer
and our union with the
Please send down the Holy Spirit
upon all peoples to give them the
love, courage, strength and
willingness to respond to the
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration.
We beseech You to spread
perpetual exposition of the
Most Blessed Sacrament in
around the world.
We ask this in the name of
Jesus the Lord.
on Eucharistic Adoration/Exposition:
"I will tell you a beautiful thing. Up untill 1973, we did not have adoration in our houses for one hour daily for each Sister as we do now. But in 1973 there was a unanimous request, 'Mother, please let us have adoration every day.'
"We have much work to do, much. So I said: 'How can we do it, we have so much work to do?' But the Sisters insisted, so we started. And to tell the truth, I have not had to change anything in the timetable regarding work. We still do the same amount of work each day, plus that daily hour of adoration.
"I advise you also to start having that adoration. Our love for Jesus is more intimate,our love for each other more understanding, our love for the poor more compassionate, and we have twice as many vocations -
thanks to the gift that God has given us, the Eucharist!"