When choosing songs for a personal or community time of Adoration, look for those that bring glory and honor to Our Lord, lead us into a deeper knowledge of Him, and help us become more aware of the presence of God.

Our Catholic-Link team has come up with a playlist of 21 songs that we have found useful during times of both Adoration and prayer. Use this list as a resource for your own personal time in Adoration, when planning a retreat or leading a small group.

We have created a diverse list of music and encourage you to try something different so that you are able to hear from God in a new way.  Use the lyrics as your prayer and don’t worry too much about what you sound like. God loves hearing His children come before Him in songs of prayer!

21 Songs for Eucharistic Adoration And Prayer

Holy Hour | Matt Maher

Tantum Ergo

You Are | Aly Aleigha Band

Make Your Home In Me | Ben Walther

Salve Mater Misericordiae

What A Beautiful Name | Hillsong

Litany of Saints | Matt Maher

Ubi Caritas | Audrey Assad

Peace Be Still | John Finch

O Salutaris Hostia

O Come To the Altar | Elevation Worship

This Is Jesus | Melanie Rea

All Hail The King | Vertical Worship

O Saving Victim | Curtis Stephan & Steve Angrisano

God I Look To You | Bethel Music

 Lord Have Mercy | The Vigil Project

Boldly I Approach | Rend Collective

In Splendoribus Sanctorum

Mystery | Mathias Michael ft. Dana Catherine

Run To The Cross | Sarah Kroger

Divine Praises | Josh Blakesley and Sarah Hart

Adoration Resources

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