Reflections from St. Patrick Church Adorers

Our parish is blessed as we move into the eighth year of Eucharistic Adoration on Thursdays. Many faithful Adorers have sacrificed their time in prayer through the years for the greater good of the parish and world.    Thank you!

Here are some reflections from St. Patrick Church Adorers:

"On your knees or silently in your heart-prayer is always good! But I truly believe that extra benefits that you receive when you are before the Blessed Sacrament magnify your expressions of gratitude or petitions for your needs".-Don, 6:00 p.m. Hour

 "When I started going to Eucharistic Adoration, I knew it would help me. What I did not realize was, as we talk to Jesus about our lives, our worries and sorrows, we can just leave all our concerns in His capable hands. Jesus' grace and strength fill you. Each time He has given me a great gift- peace of heart. There is nothing like it! Try Eucharistic Adoration yourself".- Ann, 11:00 a.m. Hour

"We go to Adoration because it is a time of prayer, meditation, and reflection in the Presence of Our Lord".- Peter and Margaret, married couple, 10:00 a.m. Hour

"My time spent in Adoration is an opportunity for one-on-one with Our Lord. During this time, I share a silent intimacy with Our Eucharistic Lord. I can lay down my trouble, pain, sorrow, and joy. The silence of Adoration provides me an opportunity to be a listener".- Kim, 9:00 a.m. Hour

"Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also".- Matthew 6:21


How do you feel about spending time with Our Lord in Eucharistic Adoration?

 Kathy Miller