How Will Your Life Change When You Go To Eucharistic Adoration?

by Adoration, Eucharist, Prayer

In the spirit of Pope Francis’ call to come together as one community before the Holy Sacrament, we would like to offer this video, released by the USCCB, that is a collection of short testimonies on why people attend Eucharistic Adoration.

The video speaks for itself. Each one has their own personal experience and reason for going before the Lord in the Holy Eucharist. When we place ourselves in his presence and look upon His the humble semblance of bread, we are invited to dive into a new mode of perception, a new foundation upon which to found and orient our lives, a new strength to take on the challenges of everyday life: it is the look of faith.

The life of a Catholic is one founded on prayer. If yours isn’t, find a way to change. You can start by attending Eucharist Adoration.

Adoration Video

 

“Go and find Him when your patience and strength run out and you feel alone and helpless.  Jesus is waiting for you in the chapel.  Say to Him, ‘Jesus, you know exactly what is going on. You are all I have, and you know all things. Come to my help.’  And then go, and don’t worry about how you are going to manage.  That you have told God about it is enough.  He has a good memory.” 

– St. Jeanne Jugan

Share with us how your life has changed because of Eucharistic Adoration. Leave a comment that might encourage someone else to give it a try!

 

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