The new Adoration Chapel and Prayer Garden was completed and dedicated on November 16, 2013.
Our Seminarian, Patrick Carr is currently reorganizing the Adoration Chapel Schedule.
Please refer to the article on our parish home page.
Patrick Carr can be reached at email@example.com by email, or by telephone at 504-282-3332.
Thank you for your interest in signing up for an hour of adoration in our chapel.
COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
1. What is eucharistic adoration?
Eucharistic adoration is the act of worshipping God as He is present in the consecrated Eucharist.
2. What do I do during adoration?
While there is nothing set about what you should do during adoration, the following are some suggestions:
- Read the Bible
- Pray the Rosary
- Talk with God
- Sit quietly in the presence of God.
- Pray for others in need
- Read the life of a Saint
- Pray Liturgy of the Hours
3. What if I sign up for adoration but I can't make my assigned time?
Our goal is to have two people signed up for every hour the Eucharist is exposed. If you can't make your hour, the first thing to do is call the other person who is assigned to the same hour. If they are going to be there, then you are covered. If both of you can't make it for some reason, there is a sub list of people who have said they will cover if someone can't make it.
HELP FUND THE NEW CHAPEL
We have raised 90% of the cost of the new chapel. Click here for the Adoration Chapel Donation Form if you are interested in contributing. Thank you in advance for your generosity.