Eucharistic Adoration, Fr. Carl incensing

March 7–8, 2020 – Please join us for 24 Hour Adoration in the Chapel from 3:00pm Saturday, March 7th thru 3:00pm Sunday, March 8th.

Eucharistic Adoration St. Jane Chapel
“Be still and know that I am God.” – Psalm 46:10

Let us take up Jesus’ challenge given in the Garden of Gethsemane when he asked his disciples, “Could you not stay awake with me for an hour?

What is Adoration?
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament flows from the sacrafice of the Mass. Jesus will be fully present in the Eucharist and exposed on the Altar for 24 hours. This means that we have an opportunity to spend some time with Jesus in personal prayer.

What might this look like?

  • Pray a rosary or chaplet
  • Have a conversation with Jesus
  • Meditate on the Station of the Cross
  • Just sit in silence with Jesus

What a great opportunity to help us begin the Season of Lent!
If you would like to sign up to be an adorer (the Blessed Sacrament cannot be left by itself, this person would sit in the Chapel for 1 hour in prayer), please contact Lynn Lemons at 443-618-4964 or https://signupgenius.com/go/9040d48a9aa2da5fd0-adorers.
(Note: there is a slot that says 1–3am and 1:30–3:30 on the 8th; it is supposed to be 1–2am and 1:30–2:30. For some reason, the web site will not register 2am.)

On Sunday, March 8th at 2pm, Deacon Steve
will lead an hour of reflection focusing on
“God’s Grace, Preparing for Lent.”

Everyone is welcome to Adoration on March 7th and 8th, but we need to make sure that we have people there at all hours. Please review the available slots at the SignUpGenius link and click on the button to sign up. If you cannot make your time please text Lynn at 443-618-4964 or Melissa at 410-982-1395. Thank you!

Please sign up for Adoration using this link:
https://signupgenius.com/go/9040d48a9aa2da5fd0-adorers

You may also find helpful:
A Beginner’s Guide to Adoration (from LifeTeen.com)