"The holy Eucharist is God within us and with us -- it is God
in us and we in God.
To maintain a close relationship with the God of Love, we must remain in
that Holy Presence often. As the rays of the sun change and alter whatever
they touch, so the Eternal Son, ever present in the Blessed Sacrament,
changes whoever places himself in His Presence.
He is present in the Eucharist to show us the depth of His Love, the
lengths He will go to be near us, the longing of His Heart to be always
It is not important what we say in His Presence. It is only important that
we are there -- often -- to let His Presence penetrate our souls and heal
us -- to shine on our minds, to strengthen our wills, to bring peace in the
midst of turmoil...
His silent presence, hidden in the tabernacle, says to each one of us, 'I
love you. Come to me all you who labor and are burdened and I will refresh
you. Come to the fountain of life and drink. Tell Me your problems. Listen
to My Voice. I tug at your heart, guiding your way and smoothing your
We offer daily adoration from 9am to 7pm, Monday through Friday. The
Blessed Sacrament is not exposed on the weekend. The tabernacle is located
adjacent to the Chapel and is connected to the Church. You may enter either
through the Chapel or through the Church.
We ask that there be two people present at all times.
Please sign in before entering & sign out when exiting.
The sign-in sheet is outside the Chapel-to-Blessed Sacrament door.
For more information, or to be placed
on the schedule, please contact Jackie Saint Albin at (305)387-1927
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