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20 songs for adoration
Faith & Life

21 Songs for Eucharistic Adoration And Prayer

When choosing songs for a personal or community time of Adoration, look for those that bring glory and honor to Our…

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Evangelization

Over The Next 95 Days EVERY Diocese In The United States Will Receive This Gift

An incredible new initiative from Adoration Artists, the 177 Project, will bring a Holy Hour to all of the 177  dioceses…

Attitude in "How" | Liturgy Live 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time Hospitality Stress Bread of life Sacraments
Gospels

Attitude in “How” | Liturgy Live 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Liturgy Live with Fr. Ian Van Heusen and Alanna Burg, join the conversation live on Monday’s at 3pm EST on…

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Catholic Faith

How I Answered the Question: “What Do You Personally Get Out of Adoration?”

Someone asked me quite seriously the other day, “What do you personally get out of Adoration?” It was a question…

Blessed Sacrament
Prayer

What to do During a Visit to the Blessed Sacrament: A Step-by-Step Visual Guide

The first time I visited the Blessed Sacrament, I was eight years old. I did it in the context of…

what is eucharistic adoration
Catholic Faith

All Your Questions About Adoration Answered…What Is It? How Do I Go? What Do I Do? And More!

Maybe, you’ve seen our posts about the benefits of Adoration or heard some of your Catholic friends talk about “going…

How to Keep Loving God
Faith & Life

How to Keep Your Love for the Lord Alive – 5 Steps!

It can be difficult to keep our love for the Lord alive. Daily life, responsibilities, and busyness seem to get…

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Catholic Faith

That Time St. Clare Defeated An Army With the Holy Eucharist

This story from the life of St. Clare not only reveals to us her incredible devotion to the Blessed Sacrament…

Where Can You Get The Energy Needed To Fight Inner Battles?

With all the strength of my soul, I urge you, young people, to approach the Communion table as often as…