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Adoration

Adoration –

During Eucharistic Exposition and Adoration, the faithful pray to Jesus Christ, who is present in the Eucharist. Adorers commit to an hour of their choosing.  For people who would love to spend time with Jesus but are unable to commit regularly, being on the sub list is a great option, and it provides a valuable service to others when they cannot attend their committed hour.  This wonderful ministry it an opportunity to the people of God for growth in a deeper devotion to the Eucharist and a more faithful living of their Christian life. Moreover, through worship of the Blessed Sacrament we grow in our awareness of Christ’s abiding presence with us in the Eucharist, and we experience that presence in an always more profound way in spiritual communion with him.  The hours of Exposition and Adoration are expanding as our faith group grows.  Please contact the leaders below for current hours of Adoration.   More information below:

Contact:

Phil McEvoy 402-689-6487 [email protected] –or    

Donna Buell 402-292-2387 [email protected]

During Eucharistic Exposition and Adoration, the faithful pray to Jesus Christ, who is present in the Eucharist. The hours of Exposition and Adoration are every Friday and Saturday starting at 6 AM on Friday and ending at 9 AM on Saturday.  Adorers commit to an hour of their choosing.  Since we are expanding our hours to 5 PM on Saturday, the hours between 9 AM and 5 PM on Saturday are now also available to choose from. 

Notably, if someone is unable to make their committed hour, an extensive sub list of people who have volunteered to be subs is available.  For people who would love to spend time with Jesus but are unable to commit regularly, being on the sub list is a great opportunity, and it provides a valuable service to others when they cannot attend their committed hour.  

The goal of Eucharistic Exposition and Adoration is to provide an opportunity to the people of God for growth in a deeper devotion to the Eucharist and a more faithful living of their Christian life. Moreover, through worship of the Blessed Sacrament we grow in our awareness of Christ’s abiding presence with us in the Eucharist, and we experience that presence in an always more profound way in spiritual communion with him.

There are ninety-four people, which includes the people who have committed to hours and the people on the sub list. 

While it is true that anyone can pray to God anywhere and that He is always with us, it is especially powerful to adore Jesus in the Eucharist.  Being in the presence of the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Jesus Christ gives spiritual strength and nourishment in a uniquely powerful way.  Adoration of the Eucharistic presence of the Lord should always lead to an increase of faith, hope, and charity.  Furthermore, you do not have to do anything during adoration.  It is a blessed opportunity to be in silence and to listen to the Lord speaking to you.      

Eucharistic adoration leads to the practice of good works, a desire to please God, an increase of a Christian spirit in the world, and the development of witnesses to Christ the Lord.