Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration


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In its fullest essence ... Eucharistic Adoration is "God and Man reaching out for each other, at the same time!"

The Eucharist is: Jesus truly present - Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity!  Hidden in the form of a host.

Personal Testimony of Barbara Jupina

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One evening while at adoration, I was feeling down.  I felt as if I had no one to talk to.  I looked up at the Blessed Sacrament and I said to myself, “To whom should I turn to for I’ve come to believe you are the Christ.”  As I turned the page from the book I was reading there was that same verse.  I wanted to shout with joy, “Hey guys, do you know what happened to me?!”  I know it wasn’t a coincidence.  My Holy hour goes by so fast, by the time I bring my joys, sorrows, prayers, and readings, the hour is over.



On this evening, while sitting in front of the Blessed Sacrament, I was reading the 10th day of 33 days to Morning Glory.  I finally got a great Enlightenment of the Immaculate Conception and Our Holy Mother.  I’ve been Catholic my whole life and I have never felt this way about her before.  I felt her holy presence at my side.  I kept saying to myself, “of course, of course,” she is the most Holy, purest, and of course, she is the Mother of God.”

Thank you, Jesus

To Visit for an Hour...

Eucharistic Adoration is held immediately following Monday morning Mass at 8:30am until the beginning of 8:00am Mass on Saturdays for the purpose of honoring and praying to the Blessed Sacrament.


The Eucharistic Adoration Ministry Coordinator, Ruth Pendilla, encourages and requests Parishioners to provide their individual honoring of the Blessed Sacrament, by volunteering to pray for just one hour during this prolonged period. She and her team of Day Captains schedule and coordinate the 24 hours of adoration for one or more persons for each hour. She can be reached through the Parish Office at (530) 673-1573 or you can send an email to